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DIY Crystal Decanters As Pendant Lights

Who said that you can only use Mason Jars to make pendant lights? Here, for example, are pendant lights made of real crystal decanters. They are located at the Conquine Bar in London but you can easily make similar lighting solution by yourself. The process is similar to any DIY lighting system made of Mason Jars and there are plenty tutorials around the internet. If you want to give that old English look in a modern and elegant way to some of your rooms, give such project a shot.

 

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8 Comments

  1. leanne Says:

    these are great. thanks for the ideas

  2. Jackie Says:

    How do you get the lightbulb in? With Mason Jars the lid unscrews….

  3. Jennifer Says:

    So do you cut off the bottom of the decanter? How?
    -J

  4. Mike Says:

    Thanks to google that isn’t a problem =) http://www.google.ru/search?ix=icb&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=cut+off+glass+bottle

  5. Mr. Karl Says:

    I’m not sure the technique for a regular glass bottle will work on a lead crystal decanter. I’ll have to find a decanter at the thrift store and give it a try.

  6. Hunter Says:

    Do you know where to get the electrical rope from?

    Did you use the rope or is that just black power chords from various lamps or from the hardware store?

    Thanks for any advice you can offer.

  7. Jac Says:

    Mr Karl – did you manage to cut the bottom of a chrystal decanter? If so, what method did you use?
    Thanks,
    Jac

  8. marrilyn mallon Says:

    What did you use to cut the bottoms from the decanters? Really would love to know so that I can make one of these for my daughter-in-law’s birthday.
    Thanks

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