Boyd Lighting launched a dramatic new series of fixtures that are a confection for the senses. “This collection is a group of truly beautiful room anchoring pieces that showcases diametrical textures.” – Boyd CEO and President, John (Jay) Sweet. The series consists of the San Miguel Chandelier, the Comet Sconce, the Comet Double Sconc, The Comet Chandelier and the Opera House Ceiling Fixture.
The San Miguel Chandelier is built of solid brass and composed of early 1,000 tear-shaped brass drops that dangle “live” from mesh panels. The slightest breeze, makes the fixture “sings” gently with the tinkling sounds of a wind chime.
The Comet Sconce and the Comet Double Sconce are breathtaking. From a textured rectangular backplate extends a machined arm which holds a matching, textured spike. On top of the spike is a matching textured cradle which holds either a clear or inside etched glass shade.
The chandelier is also very stunning. 8 textured spikes held by 8 extended machined arms staggered on either side on a 5 foot beam. On top of each spike is a matching textured cradle which holds either a clear or inside etched glass shade.
The Opera House Ceiling Fixture, originally used in San Francisco’s War Memorial Opera House, (the first municipally owned opera house in the country), is a deceptively simple flush mount with an elaborately faceted glass shade that creates a charming effect on the surrounding ceiling. Both the glass and the ceiling plate on this fixture are proprietary pieces from the Boyd archives, which means they are not available anywhere else.