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Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10

Pigeon Toe Ceramics

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Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10
Pleated String Lights Set, Set of 10

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Product Information

Process:
hand-cast from a thrown original
Made of:
porcelain/plastic/glass
Dimensions:
each shade, 2.5''H x 4.5''Dia; cord, 11'L with 12" bulb spacing
Color/finish:
white/green
Care:
Hand-wash.

Why We Love This

Set of 10 unglazed shades with a tiered surface cast ultra-thin for translucency strung up on a 11' green indoor/outdoor cord. UL listed, 12" G40 bulb spacing. Can be strung end to end.

About Pigeon Toe Ceramics

Based in the heart of charming Industrial North Portland, Pigeon Toe is a studio with a simple aspiration: to provide mankind with everyday beauty. Featuring artisan objects that transcend trends, each piece is an attempt to redefine a new age of homegrown, grassroots aesthetics.The result? Heirlooms that are hardly old-fashioned. Objects that appear discovered, rather than acquired. Objects with a vision, a purpose, a heritage, and a story. Founder Lisa introduces a new collection twice per year, collaborating with other local makers to round out her ceramic designs.