Staunton glass pendants

The Progress Lighting Staunton collection is a glass pendant group that was inspired by the shapes of Chess pieces (mainly pawns if you want to be specific). The name for the group comes from Howard Staunton, who in the mid 1800’s designed the classic chess set that bears his name.

These pendants come in three different shapes and in three finish combinations, offering the ability to mix and match for a user customized look.

Staunton thumbnail sketches

Staunton thumbnail sketches

 

From the sketches, the forms were refined in CAD

From the initial concept sketches, the forms were refined in CAD

 

Renderings created with Rhino 3D and Bunkspeed Shot.

Renderings created with Rhino 3D and Bunkspeed Shot.

 

Final products shown in all three finishes

Final products shown in all three finishes

 

A rendering of clustered Staunton pendants in all shapes and finishes

 

A cluster of Staunton pendants featured in the 2017 New American Remodeled Home by Phil Kean Design Group

A cluster of Staunton pendants featured in the 2017 New American Remodeled Home by Phil Kean Design Group

 

On the cover of the Progress Lighting June 2016 catalog supplement

On the cover of the Progress Lighting June 2016 catalog supplement

 



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