This luxury light fixture hung in my parents' home. It was taken down before I could take pictures of it, so I am providing an image of the square canopy and one of the 26 pendants as a sample. For you to understand what the fixture looks like when it is installed on the ceiling, I've included some images from Bocci's website, and the link to the website:
It retails for $13,390, so I'm selling it at a 65% discount.
Bocci is designed by Omer Arbel to be visually subtle in interior contemporary living spaces. Bocci's 14 series is an articulated, cast glass sphere with a frosted cylindrical void that houses either a low-voltage 10-watt xenon or 1.5-watt LED lamp. The light interacts with the imperfections and bubbles of the cast glass to make a visually rich halo of light. Cast glass is an organic process - imperfect by nature- so each piece produced is unique. Individual pendants are visually subtle, but gain an atmospheric quality when multiplied and clustered in groups.
This particular chandelier (the Bocci 14.26) is comprised of 26 cast glass pendants (each about 4 inches in diameter) which attach using a fixed length headphone jack connection to a square white powder coated canopy (23 5/8 inches x 23 5/8 inches). The shortest length of a cable is 12 inches and the longest length is 36 inches. Bocci created a random selection of lengths throughout this minimum and maximum range, so the 26 glass spheres hang at various staggered levels.
Local pickup from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. Or I can deliver within 100 miles from zip code 11211.