• Crenshaw Bowl Pendant 3712-PBC
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The Bird Pendant

Crenshaw Custom
Project: Ornithology Department, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West
Location: New York, NY
Architect: Jeffrey Berman
Design: David Clinard
The Bird Pendant - Crenshaw Custom #3712-PBC

Custom Lighting is presented for design inspiration and as an example of our work. It may be used as the basis for new custom lighting. Dimensions, materials, lamping, and other design elements may be modified as needed. Handmade in the USA.

Specifications
Fixture Width Height Crown/Ext Suspension
3712-PBC 37-13/16" 9-13/16" 56-15/16" ST
Lamping
3712-PBC

-FA-D: (6) 26W TBX CFL dimming

Materials
Finishes
-CUF: Custom Finish
Lenses
-CUA: Custom Acrylic

This elegant bowl pendant was designed for the Ornithology Department at the American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West. It was important to the department that the bird cutout detail accurately depict the bird species selected. Crenshaw worked closely with the department’s experts, refining the design by hand until it satisfied. The pendant is constructed of solid brass, with heavy gauge custom forged handles, decorative fasteners, braided brass stem attached at handles and canopy with loop and hook, solid machined gathering element to central suspension chain, and a frosted white acrylic bowl lens. Finished in a hand-applied antique brass patina with hand-relieved highlights.