Crosóg (prounounced cross-oge) is an old Irish phrase that is rarely used these days but referred to a rope used to tie a load of hay to a man’s back.   


We liked the sound of this old phrase which rolls off the tongue and the image that it evokes of a weather-beaten farmer, bent over carrying a heavy load.  This pendant light, made from natural hemp rope, follows a similar line with its large curve and its multiple, drumlin-shaped bulbs. 


All our lamps are made by hand in our studio in Rathnew Co. Wicklow. 


Prices are inclusive of VAT and bulbs are included. 

The Crosóg

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