Published: December 04, 2012
Urban Chandy Fixtures Light Up Etsy.com's Holiday Pop Up Shop in Manhattan's Soho
NEW YORK - (BUSINESS WIRE) - When Etsy.com wanted to light up their Holiday Shop, which popped up
Nov. 29 at 131 Green St. in Manhattan's Soho, they called upon one of
their artisans Brooklyn's Cassidy Brush of Urban Chandy to create
The nine unique chandeliers, known as Urban Chandies, featured in the
shop were designed and constructed by Brush in her Navy Yard studio with
bases made from rescued and reclaimed wood and nostalgic specialty
bulbs. The Urban Chandies are being sold Etsy's shop which is open daily
studio until Dec. 8.
Two 40-inch long Winter Wonderland Urban Chandies set in the Holiday
Shop's windows light the way for customers entering the store. They are
made from salvaged barn wood found in Hillsboro, Texas. They cost $1,225
each, which includes the 16 pendants with various styles of Edison bulbs.
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