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.
If you do not love your lamp then we would love to have it back. Please refer to our refund policy for information at www.copperfish.ie/returns