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Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1 | Pendants by Rachel Leibman. Item composed of metal
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Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1 | Pendants by Rachel Leibman. Item composed of metal
Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1 | Pendants by Rachel Leibman. Item composed of metal
Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1 | Pendants by Rachel Leibman. Item composed of metal

Created and Sold by Rachel Leibman

Rachel Leibman

Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1

Price $1,040 - Sale 20% off

Price $1,300 Original Retail

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Shipping: 7-12 days
Estimated Arrival: July 4, 2024

DimensionsWeight
12H x 8W x 8D in
30.48H x 20.32W x 20.32D cm

This is a pendant light shade composed from vintage enamel watch dials and other vintage watch parts. The cracks in the dials are filled with 22 carat gold leaf, imitating the Japanese method of "kintsugi" - repairing broken pottery with lacquer and gold. The watch parts are wired together over a retro cage shade. An Edison-style retro lightbulb looks especially good inside the light. Beautiful shadows are cast when lit. Comes with hardware to connect it to an electrical box in the ceiling.

Item Kintsugi Pocket Watch Pendant Light #1
Created by Rachel Leibman
As seen in Creator's Studio, San Francisco, CA
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Rachel Leibman
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2017
"As a collage and mixed media artist, I create detailed and meticulously constructed artwork from photographs, books, fabric and found objects. I collect things that intrigue me and often keep them for several years before deciding how to best incorporate them into my art.

I would like for viewers to be able to stand at a distance from my artwork and see a beautiful and fascinating composition, which will in turn draw them in for a closer look to reveal the surprise of the composite parts. I use the source materials to convey my cultural heritage and deep sense of history. My artwork is wholly contemporary and global, while at the same time honoring the ethnic and traditional, paying homage to those who came before."