Lure Sconce

Lure Sconce

  • Description
    Alison Berger was inspired to create the Lure Sconce after studying the flow of a fishing line, from the mechanics of the reel that releases it to the form it takes when it hangs from a rod. The mouth-blown, hand-formed crystal shade is exceedingly delicate. It is attached to a backplate via a cord threaded through a loop that mimics the way fishing line threads through a rod. This sconce is blown in Berger’s Los Angeles atelier and annealed for several days before being finished by hand. Each is truly one of a kind.

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  • Details
    • Materials:
      Brass, Hand-blown crystal
    • Socket base, 120v
    • Options to rewire to your country's specifications available for an additional lead-time and fee.
    • Bulb(s) included
    • Dimmable
    • Suitable for damp locations

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  • Overall Dimensions
    Size Option
    9w | 14d | 41h cm

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  • Finishes

    Metal

    Metal

    Tarnished Nickel
    Tarnished Nickel
    Handmade by Alison Berger Glassworks
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  • Contract & Certifications
      UL listed
      cUL listed
      CE listed
      IP20
      Suitable for damp locations

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  • Lure Sconce Tarnished Nickel

    Overall Dimensions: 9w | 14d | 41h cm

    Finish: Tarnished Nickel

    Illumination Type: Socket base 120v

Details

Overall Dimensions
Size Option
9w | 14d | 41h cm
Materials
Brass, Hand-blown crystal
Dimming
Dimmable
Yes
Input Voltage
120V
Dimming Details
Triac
Input Voltage
220V
Dimming Details
Triac

Contract & Certifications

Certifications
UL listed
cUL listed
CE listed
IP20
Suitable for damp locations

Care & Assembly

Product Care
Patina Metal
  • Clean with a very soft, dry cloth or breathe onto a soft cloth then rub gently in the direction of the patina.
  • Do not use abrasive cloths or cleaners as this may scratch or damage the finish.
Polished Metal
  • Clean polished metal or polished stainless with a damp cloth.
  • Do not use commercial or heavy-duty polishes or waxes, as they may scratch or damage the finish.
  • Polishes we recommend are Brasso, Simichrome, or our favorite Flitz; these can be used without inflicting damage even for the unskilled user, unless the polished surface has a wax sealer coat.
  • Polishes will remove the wax while polishing the metal, but the surface would then have to be re-waxed if it is on a metal that needs to be sealed.
Specialty Glass
  • Clean by wiping with a soft damp cloth or glass cleaner with no additives.
  • Apply glass cleaner to a soft cloth rather than directly on to the fixture to avoid overspray that may damage other finishes.
Assembly & Installation
Assembly Required
Yes

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Finishes

Metal

Tarnished Nickel

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Alison Berger

Designer

Alison Berger Glassworks

Alison Berger fuses nature and architecture to create unique, iconic glass pieces. She studied glass blowing for more than 25 years and apprenticed with sculptor Dale Chihuly. Her innovative work is featured in the Corning Museum permanent collection and has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's National Design Triennial. Each piece is hand blown, annealed for two to three days, and then hand-finished and, in some cases, hand-etched.  HOLLY HUNT has cherished her best-in-class partnership for more than 20 years.