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Landslide Pendant Light

Landslide Pendant Light

Regular price $658.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $658.00 USD
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Our landslide pendant lights are handwoven from elephant grass by members of a women’s organization for traditional arts in northern Ghana. Named for their fungi lookalikes, their wavy undulating shape brings a striking natural element to any room. Each shade is woven as a shallow cone and shaped into waves, and each is unique.

8-12”  (20-30cm) 22-24”  (56-61cm)
13-15"  (33-38cm) 28-32"  (71-81cm)

*Please expect slight variations in shape, weave and size as each shade is made by hand


Elephant grass


YES - Book a virtual or in-person studio visit to choose your favorite shape


  • Wired in Los Angeles

  • Adjustable 5’ cloth cord, solid or twisted style
  • Solid brass canopy with invisible mounting (plate and fixing screws provided)
  • White ceramic socket with brass cover
  • Contact us for custom finishes and cord colors

  • Standard E26 bulb (LED only), not included
  • Dimmer switch compatible
  • 120V to US standards
  • UL listed
  • Suitable for use indoors in dry locations not directly exposed to excessive moisture
  • Recommended professional installation by a licensed electrician


  • ORDER 1 week - If a wired light with your order specifications is already in stock at our LA studio the purchase button will show 'add to cart' and your order will ship on our next shipping day (Tuesdays)

  • PREORDER 3-4 weeks - If a wired light with your order specifications is NOT in stock at our LA studio but a shade IS in stock, the purchase button will show 'pre-order' and a shade will take 2-3 weeks to be wired to your specifications (after which your order will be shipped on our next shipping day)

  • OUT OF STOCK 8-10 weeks - If neither a wired light nor a light shade is in stock at our LA studio the purchase button will show 'sold out' and wait times are generally 8-10 weeks, depending on the season


These baskets are woven by the Sirigu Women's Organization for Pottery and Art (SWOPA), a non-governmental organization based in northern Ghana.

SWOPA's mission includes providing young women with marketable skills training,  and preserving knowledge of traditional craft by passing it down to the next generation. Learn more

If your question wasn’t answered above, or you’d like a personal design consult please contact us or make a virtual or in-person studio appointment.

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