Cestino Chandelier in Natural


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Throughout Europe and across millennia, artisans have planted grasses and small shrub fibers to make baskets and decorations for seasonal celebrations. The Cestino Chandelier from the Crossroads Collection is inspired by an Italian basket in the Museum of International Folk Art. The name Cestino is derived form the Italian word for ?basket?. The shade is large scale and is made of hand-woven rattan peel with leather hanging details and single bulb pendant kit. Also available as a Pendant and in Black or tonal Natural.

Dimensions (W x D x H): 32 x 32 x 25.59

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About Selamat

Selamat believes that style and eco-friendly manufacturing practices should never be mutually exclusive. From twisted jute to intricate carvings and woven rattan, nearly every Selamat piece is touched by hand, supporting local artisans and economies.

Known for the application of natural materials,  Selamat  often incorporates brass, etched metal, or lacquered paint to showcase range and versatility. Mixed materials help tell stories of place and time: rush seating nods to 19th Century London furniture styles, while steel and rattan bent into geometric shapes pay homage to the Art Deco era.