Werregue Collection
Anzuelo Pendant

$2,125.00

The design of this piece is representative of one of the many styles of fishing hooks used by the Wounaan. As ‘people of the water’, the Wounaan are dependent upon what the river provides, and tools such as this are essential to their daily lives. The individual anzuelos are placed in the water overnight, and then collected—along with their catch—come morning.

Given the nature and story of these Werregue palm pendants, the tightly woven fiber results in an opaque shade, with a focused spot light emanating from the bottom mouth of the fixture.

Leadtime 1-2 weeks.

Each pendant is one-of-a-kind.

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OVERALL DIMENSIONS
17″ Ø x 10″ h
43cm Ø x 26cm h

CANOPY DIMENSIONS
5” Ø x 1” h
13cm Ø x 3cm h

MATERIALS
Werregue Palm Fiber
Brass hardware

LAMPING
Single Socket
Bulbrite, G25, E26 LED (bulb included)
8.5W | 60W Equivalent
800 Lumens
2700K | CRI 90
Fully compatible dimming

SUSPENSION
3’ cloth cord and suspension wire
Can also be customized to any length upon request.

CERTIFICATIONS
UL-listed (120V)
240V Available upon request

WEIGHT
5 lbs – 10 lbs
2 kgs – 5 kgs

LEADTIME
1-2 weeks

Given the nature and story of these Werregue palm pendants, the tightly woven fiber results in an opaque shade, with a focused spot light emanating from the bottom mouth of the fixture.

Each pendant is one-of-a-kind.

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Weight30 lbs

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