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Hennepin Made Launches Helena Collection

Domestic lighting manufacturer Hennepin Made, headquartered in Minnesota, has launched the Helena lighting collection featuring simple elegant lines and delicately nesting parts that add graceful visual impact to any commercial or residential project.

The Helena Collection starts with accentuation of a natural molten glass teardrop which is shaped into a long cylindrical form. The rounded bottom creates a soft landing point as the eye travels down the accentuated length of the form. The beautiful opaline white faded glass evokes a fog-like essence.

The collection is comprised of 3 sizes of pendants: Small (3.75″ W x 13″ H), Medium (3.75″ W x 20″ L), and Large (3.75″ W x 27″ H). The collection also includes two mutli-pendant chandeliers, plus a 3-light and a 5-light. The collection features Opaline White glass and Antique bronze finishes with multiple color and finish options. Custom installation arrangements are available for trade clients.

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