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Tracy Glover Studio

Constellation Eight Arm Chandelier


Inspired by astronomer's charts, this Constellation will light up your night sky, too.

Eight 12" diameter Rondel diffusers in Twist, Wrap, Primavera, and Smooth patterns; Sea Blue, Steel Blue, Tobacco, Latte, and Grey colors with Black Oxide finish.


  • Fixture is 70" wide x 50" deep, or specify
  • 11" minimum height
  • Glass available from 10" - 14" diameter
  • Other configurations available
  • Canopy dimensions, 5" diameter x .5" high
  • Fixture weight, approximately 40 pounds
  • 40watt max candelabra-based sockets
  • Eight 2.5watt dimmable LED bulbs, included
  • 120volt fixture
  • UL and cUL listed

To order, specify approximate width, depth, and height desired

All orders are shipped F.O.B. Pawtucket, RI. Prices do not include shipping charges.

Everything is made to order and is not returnable. No return of goods will be accepted without written consent and shipping instructions from Tracy Glover Studio. This applies to returns of non-defective merchandise. Returns of defective goods are regulated by Tracy Glover Studio policy and must follow Tracy Glover Studio procedure.

We welcome custom orders of any kind.

Tracy Glover Studio warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of delivery. During this warranty period, Tracy Glover Studio will repair or replace at its option, free of charge, products that are proven to be defective.

All fixtures are UL and cUL listed with the exception of portable lighting.

For manufacturing and/or improvement reasons, Tracy Glover Studio reserves the right to change, at any time and without prior warning, the technical and/or design specifications of any product shown.

Handblown beauty

Tracy Glover, the studio’s founder and lead designer, has studied the art of glass blowing for more than two decades. Every piece is handblown individually in our studio with an exquisite level of craft.


Tracy Glover Studio uses centuries-old methods because doing so empowers her team to create with integrity, while testing the limits of these techniques leads to designs that are bold and fresh.