Enlighten Me (lighted)

Hand fabricated, copper and brass with green patina, etched prism borosilicate glass and LED lights. Chain is copper and borosilicate glass. Copper key is used to turn the lights on.

This piece was donated to the Museum of Art & Design in NYC for auction at their LED Ball. It is a collaborative piece, glass by Charlene Foster.

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