Decanterlight by Lee Broom
at The Temporium

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Decanterlight by Lee Broom

The Temporium: London designer Lee Broom will be selling his lights made from lead crystal decanters at our new retail venture The Temporium in London, 9-19 December.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

Called Decanterlight, the products are made from decanters Broom sources through antiques markets and vintage shops.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

They are either left clear or coated in a polished gold finish.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

The Temporium, organised in association with Deborah Spencer and Alice Breed, is a pop-up department store featuring leading designers and brands selling their wares direct to the public.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

The Temporium's first outing will be a Christmas special at 221 Brompton Road, London SW3, from 9-19 December. See more details and the full list of confirmed designers here.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

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Decanterlight by Lee Broom

Here's some more information from Broom:


LEE BROOM DECANTERLIGHT COLLECTION

The Decanterlights were released in May 2010 and launched at Lee Broom’s latest bar and restaurant design Coquine. These truly original, chandelier-style lights were created as part of the overall interior for the venue after which Broom decided to build on the concept and develop a full collection to be sold globally.

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

The Decanterlights glow in clusters or individually creating a majestic centrepiece wherever they hang; each light is made from a lead crystal drinks decanter sourced from antique markets and vintage shops. Available in two styles, the decanters are either left in their natural clear crystal or a unique polished gold has been applied for a more contemporary finish.

Lee says, ‘The Decanterlights are not a limited edition collection and in fact this is the first, more accessible range I have designed; although each piece is indeed unique, the collection will only end when no more vintage, cut crystal decanters can be found.’

Decanterlight by Lee Broom

The Temporium Christmas 2010 pop-up concept store

221 Brompton Road, London Sw3 2EJ (see map)
9-19 December 2010

Opening Hours

Monday – Wednesday: 10:00 – 18:30
Thursday: 10:00 – 20:00
Friday – Saturday: 10:00 – 18:30
Sunday: 11:00 – 17:00


See also:

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  • HERMENEUTICA

    It's such a beautiful project! Delicate, filled with fantasy, I think it corresponds perfectly with the Hermès brand. Amazing gesture and execution. Breathtaking.