We received two unconventional chandeliers from designer Rebecca Wilson. Here are the photos and information we were sent: “”Memoria; 100 Cups of Tea, Never To Be… highlights the sadness of a beautiful object that has been broken. A shattered gold tea pot lies below while it’s soul leaves its broken vessel in the form of a swarm of 100 ghostly little winged tea cups.  A faint glow from within enhances the ghostly presence of each angelic winged tea cup. Each little cup is individually cast and assembled in bone china, and then suspended from an single fiber optic strand. The LED light shource in concealed within the lightweight ceiling rose fitting and gives a ghostly cool white glow. Retail price is £5950. [Photo credit: Chris Park]

A Wee Bit of Light Reliefwas born out of a collaborative project between three artists; Rebecca Wilson, Clare Waddle and Julia Douglas. A few years ago, the trio started to work on an epic chandelier of chore related objects such as kitchen implements and cleaning utensils cast in low relief in translucent bone china. The piece glamorizes and makes light of the domestic routine, and its implements of monotony. The domestic accouterments dangle, tinkling in the breeze, temporarily redundant, allowing for a break from the monotonous grind of housework to enjoy a moment’s light relief under the glamorous chandelier”.  [Retail Price £250]