Timothy Oulton Gyro Crystal Chandelier – Medium Natural
“A spectacular centerpiece of raw glamour”
The Gyro Crystal lighting chandelier is inspired by nineteenth-century experimental physicist Leon Foucault’s Gyroscope: a device used for measuring orientation. The gyroscope has been reinterpreted into a framework of aged metal spheres fixed around a crystal chandelier nucleus, boldly contrasting the masculine industrial look of the scientific instrument with the more feminine romantic look of the precision-cut crystal.
These sculptural forms have been redesigned into functional lighting fixtures including floor lamps, sconces, table lamps, and chandeliers, and are featured in two authentic finishes; Antique Rust and Natural raw metal.
Dimensions shown are only for the light itself and do not account for the chain and wire as these can be adjusted.
Shown in – Natural raw metal. This finish does have some signs of rust and tool marks from the production. These marks are part of the design
Part of – Gyro Collection