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Decorative Lighting Ideas by Rothschild and Bickers

Rothschild & Bickers combines traditional techniques with cutting edge design. The ideas to “combine a contemporary free blown form with sumptuous fabric tassel” are inspired by Victorian opulence and can be used “equally well in both modern and period interiors.” Made in one of the last glass workshops in the United Kingdom, these decorative lighting […]

Sep 25, 2008 | By Luxuo

Rothschild & Bickers combines traditional techniques with cutting edge design. The ideas to “combine a contemporary free blown form with sumptuous fabric tassel” are inspired by Victorian opulence and can be used “equally well in both modern and period interiors.”

Made in one of the last glass workshops in the United Kingdom, these decorative lighting fixtures are inspired by both the past and the future.

Find a special corner of your home to welcome one of these truly precious lights – then contact Rothschild and Bickers in the London workshop. Via Trendir

Tassel Light

Inspired by Victorian decadence, these lights combine a contemporary free blown form with sumptuous fabric tassel. By blending these elements the Tassel light sits equally well in both modern and period interiors.

Black Nouveau

This opulent range of black glass is made using traditional free blown techniques to create elegant fluid forms with a shiny rich reflective quality. The open frill comes with a chrometopped bulb, which illuminates it internally and allows it to be viewed from below.

Opulent Optic

This light combines classic form and rich vibrant colours to infuse an oriental flavour. The optical glass has a precious jewel quality that emanates diffused shadows of colour through out the room.

Vintage Light

This flamboyant light is made from free blown glass with a lavish cascade of fringe.
This design embodies a sense of vintage grandeur that emphasises the flowing form.


 
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