Available in four optons:
One Shade - H:34.2cm x Diameter:19cm - Pendant Height: 20.5cm
Three Shades - H:23.3cm x Diameter:55cm
Five Shades - H:23.3cm x Diameter:69cm
Seven Shades - H:23.3cm x Diameter:89.3cm
The VL Ring Crown pendant light is an elegant fixture that has a both classic and contemporary in appearance. The light has organic shade with the curved structure elegantly compliments the warming opal finish, creating a distinct wall feature that emits soft light directed primarily downwards. The opal glass provides a comfortable and uniform illumination of the area around the fixture.
Available in four different shades options as One, Three, Five and Seven.
If you have any further queries, please submit a request, call us on 0121 236 6637 or Whatsapp at +44 07448 980 249.
We offer various delivery options to ensure your orders are delivered in a style that correctly suits you. Orders can always be collected in store. for smaller items there is the option of delivery via UPS and for larger items we offer our two man white glove delivery and installation service.
NOTE: ALL DELIVERY OPTIONS ARE SELECTED AT THE CHECKOUT PAGE.
Find out more about the delivery options bellow.
White Glove Delivery and Install
Note: this service does not include for any fixed furniture and excludes mirrors. Should you select any delivery option other than white glove delivery please note installation will NOT be part of the service. Please see our checkout pages when buying products for the latest on delivery options.
Our Collect In-Store Service is available on all online orders. Once items are ready for you to collect in store (at: Glassdomain - 473 Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 4HE.) a member of our sales team on will contact you.
Royal Mail Carriers
For smaller orders you are able to select "Royal Mail" to have your delivery made by royal mail carriers.
As soon as your item is ready for dispatch the delivery channel chosen will be contacted and will begin the delivery process.
The customer is obliged to check the number of packages and their condition before accepting delivery and to state the appropriate formal reservations to the carrier and forwarding agent. Therefore, once the Customer has taken delivery of the goods from the carrier/forwarding agent, the Vendor shall not accept any claim concerning the number or condition of the packs.
Any complaints due to defects of on any other grounds must be received within 8 days after receipt of the goods, and must be made by registered letter with return receipt. Such complaints shall only be formally valid if they are made directly to the vendor. In no case shall complaints on the part of the Customer constitute grounds for refusal to pay or delayed payments: No claims of breach of contract, requests for termination of contract or counter-claims shall be permitted once the aforesaid period has passed.
No Claim shall be considered unless payment of the full price of all invoices, including those not yet due, has been made. No returns of Goods shall be accepted unless agreed and authorised by the vendor in writing.
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LOUIS POULSEN - In 1924, Poul Henningsen created his influential Paris lamp for Louis Poulsen, and the origin of how we still design to shape light can directly be traced back to his views on the dualities of design and light. Founded in 1874, Louis Poulsen is a Danish lighting manufacturer born out of the Scandinavian design tradition where form follows function. The function and design of our products are tailored to reflect and support the rhythm of natural light. Every detail in the design has a purpose. Every design starts and ends with light. We believe in passionate craftsmanship that produces quality lighting and design products that are pleasing to the eye and to the light. In close partnership with designers, architects and other talents like Poul Henningsen, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton, Øivind Slaatto, Alfred Homann, Oki Sato and Louise Campbell, we have established ourselves as one of the key global suppliers of architectural and decorative lighting. Defying traditional product categories, our products serve and span the professional and private lighting markets for both indoor and outdoor applications. Our means are simple and beautiful design. Our purpose is to create an attractive ambience that affects people and spaces. We design to shape light.
VILHELM LAURITZEN (1894–1984) is one of the most significant architects in the history of Denmark; he was the trail-blazing figurehead of Danish functionalism. A number of his buildings – Nørrebro Theatre (1931–32), Daells Varehus department store (1928–35), Radiohuset (1936-41) and the first airport built in Kastrup (1937–39) – represented the concentrated essence of contemporary life. Other significant buildings to stem from Lauritzen’s drawing board include Folkets Hus (1953–56) better known today as the Vega concert venue, the Shellhuset (1950–51) building and the Danish embassy in Washington (1958–60). In particular the Radiohuset building and the earliest version of Kastrup Airport – both listed today – are considered peerless monuments to modernism in the European genre of construction. Throughout his life, Vilhelm Lauritzen adhered to the principle that architecture is applied art – with equal emphasis on both ‘art’ and ‘applied’. “No life without aesthetics” was another one of Vilhelm Lauritzen’s firmly held beliefs. Vilhelm Lauritzen mastered both daylight and artificial lighting. He consistently involved daylight in his architectural projects by including large south- and west-facing windows that neatly mixed warm sunlight with the cooler sky light flowing in through windows facing north and east. It was an approach that shifted focus from the limited wall surfaces in the room itself. People, furnishings and fittings are highlighted and shaded in the sculptural light.