Agnes Hanging Candelabra - 10 Candles

Designed by:  Lindsey Adelman
Manufactured by:  Roll & Hill

The Agnes Candelabra is inspired by our heroine Agnes, a worker in the worlds oldest profession during the 1849 American Gold Rush. Defying the expected roles as a wife and mother, she instead chose the fierce independence and transient lifestyle of the frontier. The modular system allows Agnes easy set-up in her makeshift "workspace." A warm glow transforms the room. This fixture is available in a table and a hanging version. The table version is available with 3 or 6 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. The hanging version is available with 5 or 10 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. Candles come in ivory or black. The suspension requires custom hardware and the canopy is 5" with hanging hardware. Manufactured by Roll & Hill.

Designed in 2009.
32" W, 32" D, 32" H
Designed by:  Lindsey Adelman
Manufactured by:  Roll & Hill

The Agnes Candelabra is inspired by our heroine Agnes, a worker in the worlds oldest profession during the 1849 American Gold Rush. Defying the expected roles as a wife and mother, she instead chose the fierce independence and transient lifestyle of the frontier. The modular system allows Agnes easy set-up in her makeshift "workspace." A warm glow transforms the room. This fixture is available in a table and a hanging version. The table version is available with 3 or 6 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. The hanging version is available with 5 or 10 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. Candles come in ivory or black. The suspension requires custom hardware and the canopy is 5" with hanging hardware. Manufactured by Roll & Hill.

Designed in 2009.
32" W, 32" D, 32" H
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Designed by:  Lindsey Adelman
Manufactured by:  Roll & Hill

The Agnes Candelabra is inspired by our heroine Agnes, a worker in the worlds oldest profession during the 1849 American Gold Rush. Defying the expected roles as a wife and mother, she instead chose the fierce independence and transient lifestyle of the frontier. The modular system allows Agnes easy set-up in her makeshift "workspace." A warm glow transforms the room. This fixture is available in a table and a hanging version. The table version is available with 3 or 6 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. The hanging version is available with 5 or 10 candles and comes in a black, bronze, brass, polished aluminum finish. Candles come in ivory or black. The suspension requires custom hardware and the canopy is 5" with hanging hardware. Manufactured by Roll & Hill.

Designed in 2009.
32" W, 32" D, 32" H

Roll & Hill

Utilizing the incredible talents of some of the most exciting designers in the industry, Roll and Hill lamps incorporate rich materials like brass, bronze, wood, leather, and hand-blown glass for artistic lighting fixtures that enhance any space. The Roll & Hill business model is based on small-batch production, enabling the company to tailor each lighting piece to the needs and tastes of each client.

The collections by Roll & Hill include the contributions of talented designers like Lindsey Adelman, whose signature branching chandeliers are inspired by structural forms found in nature, and Rich Brilliant Willing, a trio of designers whose different points of view combine to create exciting lighting pieces. The independent designers often pair historical elements with contemporary styling for lighting that is simultaneously familiar and novel. Switch Modern has carefully selected a variety of unique pieces by Roll & Hill to help you transform your modern space.

Lindsey Adelman

Lindsey Adelman (born 1968 in New York) completed her studies at the Rhode Island School of Design in 1999 before founding her namesake studio. Her signature pieces play on bubbles made from blown glass, creating designs that combine an ethereal aesthetic with a futuristic theme. Along with glass, Adelman’s designs often include bronze, wood, and brass. Lindsey Adelman has been included in several exhibitions including the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Beirut Art Center, and the Design Miami Fair. In addition to her lighting designs, the designer has created furniture, tiles, wallpaper, and jewelry.