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mirror ball led pendant light

by Tom Dixon from Tom Dixon

mirror ball led pendant light

Design Tom Dixon, 2004
Polycarbonate shade, vacuum metalized
Made by Tom Dixon

A highly reflective shade inspired by the space helmet. The Mirror Ball is created by exploding a thin layer of pure metal onto the internal surface of a polycarbonate globe. This has become one of the most iconic products in the Tom Dixon collection. Offered in two sizes.

The Mirror Ball was manufactured using a special vacuum metallization process which has been developed over a number of years by Tom Dixon in partnership with their factory. The technically complex nature of this process (i.e applying a very thin layer of real metal to the internal surface of a polycarbonate form, which is then UV coated) requires highly skilled workers, specific machinery and clean environments to meet demanding quality levels. Metallized polycarbonate products must only be stored & installed in temperature controlled environments to preserve the quality of the product. Please take greater care when handling and installing.

mirror ball 25: 9.8" dia. | cable: 98"
mirror ball 40: 15.7" dia. | cable: 98"
mirror ball 50: 19.7" dia. | cable: 98"

includes integrated 6W LED, 800 lumen, 90CRI, 3000K | UL certified

$725.00 + free shipping (curbside delivery in the continental US)
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Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon dropped out of the Chelsea School of Art to play bass in the band “Funkapolitan” before teaching himself to produce furniture. The Tom Dixon brand provides a platform to produce iconic and award winning furniture, lighting & accessory designs.
Tom Dixon is a British design company of lighting and furniture. With a commitment to innovation and a mission to revive the British furniture industry, the brand is inspired by Great Britain's unique heritage.

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