Louis Poulsen Moser Pendant
Louis Poulsen Moser Pendant, discovered in the markets of Paris. Polished aluminum suspension, and a shade of three layers of handblown matte white opal glass. Electrified for US use: 12' of white cord and new sleek white canopy added.
From the Louis Poulsen site: "The Moser Pendant was designed by Swedish ceramic artist, Anu Moser, in 2002. The designer drew inspiration for the various shapes in the light from observing how molten glass develops when you first start to blow it. The light was developed for energy-saving bulbs, and Anu Moser chose an enclosed drop shape to shield direct view of the light source 100%.
Born in 1945, Anu Moser is a Swedish ceramic artist and specialist in restoring ceramics – a skill she also teaches. Anu Moser has held exhibitions of her ceramic art all over the world. The Moser pendant is the first lamp she has designed. The shape of the glass shade draws inspiration from the drop that hot glass forms when taken from the furnace. The Moser pendant is an extremely honest product, where all the parts – except the light source itself – are clearly visible. The original suspension fitting provides a raw and interesting contrast to the simple, organic shape of the lamp."
Dimensions:10ʺW × 10ʺD × 15ʺL