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MEYDA CUSTOM LIGHTING INTRODUCES MOOSE

Through the Trees Pendant for the hospitality market A MAJESTIC MOOSE meanders in the woodlands as the Blue-Green mountain lake sparkles in the late afternoon sunshine against the Sunburst colored sky, creating an image that is perfect for a picture postcard or a great work of art. This is the latest design, Moose Through the Trees Oblong Pendant (66123) from Meyda Custom Lighting. This oblong pendant features stunning elegant art glass, which is complemented with decorative accents and hardware in an Antique Copper finish. The fixture is perfect for illuminating kitchen islands, dinettes, islands, billiard tables, counters and bars. It is deal for illuminating a wide range of rooms in resorts, hotels and restaurants. This pendant is custom crafted by Meyda artisans at the foothills of the spectacular Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York. Custom sizes, styles and colors are available, as well as dimmable, energy efficient lamping options such as LED

The fixture is UL and cUL listed for dry and damp locations. About Meyda Custom Lighting Meyda Custom Lighting is a Meyda Tiffany Company, a leading manufacturer and designer of custom and decorative lighting and Tiffany lamps.  Founded in 1974, the firm’s roots date back to the early 1900s supplying Tiffany Studios with original lighting products, including the original Coca-Cola stained glass fixtures.  With many years of designing, engineering and manufacturing expertise, Meyda develops innovations, technologies and value that transcend architectural lighting for any budget or economy. The firm’s diverse talent creates chandeliers, pendants, wall sconces, table and floor lamps, outdoor lighting and stained glass windows, to meet your exact specifications.  

Food & Beverage Magazine |January 2017

Meyda Custom Lighting is headquartered at 55 Oriskany Boulevard in Yorkville, New York.  For more information, Tel. 1.800.222.4009.  Website:  www.meyda. com. Email:  Sales@meyda.com.


Food & Beverage Magazine January 2017