The Filigrana Pendant has been expertly made using a 16th-century mouth-blown technique from Murano, Italy. Coloured stripes of Venetian glass are rolled into the surface of each shade, creating a mesmerising candy-cane pattern. A stunning union of the traditional and the contemporary, each pendant has been made by hand, ensuring that each Filigrana is beautifully unique.
A delicate design that honours the purity and beauty of glass, symmetry and colour, the Filigrana Light represents the best of traditional craftsmanship, technical mastery and unique modern design.
Sebastian Wrong was born in 1971 in London and he studied BA Hons in Fine Art (sculpture) Norwich School of Art and Camberwell School of Art, graduated in 1993.
His education has been in the field of three dimensional art, and his design practice has developed as parallel work with fine art. His interests are in material manipulation, purity of form, function and honesty. The design work cultivates from the balance between function, aesthetics and refinement.