New Lighting from Score + Solder

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Some of my favorite sneak peeks have lately featured Score + Solder terrariums in their homes. (like this one here and here). And now Vancouver designer Matthew Cleland is turning his attention to lighting. Each lamp is handmade to order and Matthew designs and crafts each piece using the traditional stained glass methods learned from his father. The lamps are equipped only with 30 watt bulbs so they are intended to serve as sculptural mood lighting. Geometric shapes, glass, with strong leaded lines? This is some mood lighting that I can get behind. Check out all the lighting options right here. –Amy

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  1. alice bradshaw says:

    I love it ! it’s an esoteric item ! it’s so beautiful on a night table !

    XXx
    http://alicebradshow.blogspot.com
    http://alicebradshow.blogspot.com

  2. Love these, would make great night lights!

  3. Anitra says:

    Is there a link to where we can purchase these?

  4. Sam says:

    Here’s the site if you wish to purchase any of these awesome lights!

    http://www.scoreandsolder.com/category/lighting

  5. KK says:

    Anitra, just go to the Score + Solder website. http://www.scoreandsolder.com/category/lighting

  6. Anitra says:

    Thanks guys!

  7. George Eastman says:

    Nice but, Wow! Much more pricey than I expected.

    George Eastman

  8. These are stunning, I love that they are handmade in Vancouver.

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