Finnish for "Morning in Athens," these bulbous pendants were designed by Kaj Franck in 1954 and are reminiscent of his time spent in Greece. Made of mouth blown glass, the hanging Ateenan Aamu Glass Pendants create a soft metallic sound when brushed by the wind or current of air. Great for a deck, patio, gazebo, or indoor décor, the pendants measure 29" each.
Secondary photos show 7 pendants. Price is for set of 3.
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