The iconic Archive 4014 pendant by Hadeland Glassverk is a beautiful feature to enhance any interior space. Designed in 1956, 4014 epitomises mid-century modern styling with most unique shape. This retro look makes this pendant perfect for both classical and contemporary interior designs. This fixture is made entirely in house at Hadeland's lakeside studio, with the wooden moulds crafted by hand and the glass blown using techniques which are over 250 years old.
The Archive 4014 is avaliable in four sizes, with a range of glass finish choices. Aspects of this product are hand manufactured according to traditional methods, so customers are asked to be aware that small imperfections may occur. Ceiling rose included. Bulb and driver not included.
Construction material: glass, metal
Cord length [mm]: 3000 mm
Input voltage [V]: 220-240 V
Freqvency [Hz]: 50 Hz
Max. power [W]: 10 W
Coverage IP: IP21
Bulb Required: E27 LED
200mm - 200 x 200 x 200mm
300mm - 300 x 300 x 300mm
400mm - 400 x 400 x 400mm
500mm - 500 x 500 x 500mm
Delivery usually 4-6 weeks
August factory shutdown
Lead times in July and August can be affected by European manufacturer summer shutdowns. Need it in a hurry? Let us know and we'll check availability for you.
Founded in 1762, Norwegian manufacturer Hadeland Glassverk celebrated their 260th anniversary in 2022, making them Norway's oldest industrial company in continuous operation. Hadeland is one of the world's leading manufacturers of hand blown artisan glasswork, known for the preservation of traditional techniques, sustainable production and high-end quality. Please contact email@example.com for a quotation on any catalogue items not listed online - a member of the team will be happy to help!
Hadeland have a rich cultural heritage in Scandinavia, with ties to art and design institutions, as well as the Norwegian royal family. The brand works with architects, interior designers, and consumers to create innovative new solutions in all areas of glasswork. Their designers and glassblowers look to push the boundaries of what's possible, based in their Glasshytta studio, on the southern shore the stunning Randsfjord Lake.
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