“The idea was a jelly jar,” NY-based designer Deborah Ehrlich told the New York Times. But this is no ordinary jelly jar light; the shade is hand blown Swedish crystal, the base is white glazed porcelain, and the fittings are made of rubbed brass.
Above: The Crystal Jelly Jar Light, which is 4 inches wide and 8 inches high, is $225 at Artware Editions in New York City.
Above: The light measures 4 inches wide and 8 inches high.
Above: The profile is traditional yet with a subtle elegance.
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