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COAXING NATURE FROM GLASS

At Hammerton, we’re passionate about using commonplace materials to create uncommon lighting designs. While glass is certainly a conventional material, using it artistically to evoke nature inspired lighting designs is not.   ...
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ALCHEMY, HAMMERTON STYLE

A designer client who recently toured the Hammerton manufacturing facility marveled at the dichotomy of what he saw in our shipping and receiving area. On one side stood the latest delivery of raw material —  raw sheet metal, tube stee...
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THE NATURAL REALISM OF HAMMERTON SILHOUETTE LIGHTS

There’s no better way to bring a rustic lighting design to life than with a natural landscape or a beautifully crafted animal motif. Hammerton’s Log & Timber Collection offers a variety of lighting designs that boast gorgeous...
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RECENT CUSTOM: ORGANIC LIGHTING DESIGNS

Recreating the likeness of nature’s beauty is not an easy feat… that’s why all of us at Hammerton take great pride in bringing the outdoors in with our organic lighting designs. From rustic fixtures with lifelike branches to contemp...
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LITTLE AMERICA HOTEL / LUCKY H BAR & GRILLE

Over 20 feet in diameter, the fixture will feature five “branches”, each 8 feet in length, interlocked to create a 20-foot diameter wreath-like sculpture that is suspended from the restaurant’s dramatic coffered ceiling. The life-sizeIt may be the dog days of summer, but at Hammerton we’re busy as ever with a number of exciting custom projects slated to ship in the coming weeks. One of the most unusual is a signature centerpiece for the new steakhouse currently underg...
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THE ICONIC HAMMERTON PINECONE

Back in the 1990′s, Hammerton got its industry foothold by crafting light fixtures for booming mountain resort markets like Park City and Deer Valley in Utah, Vail, Aspen and Telluride in Colorado, and Sun Valley in Idaho. Our most popSome stories can be reduced to a brief summary with the popular phrase, “In a nutshell.” The Hammerton story is better abbreviated with, “In a pinecone.” Indeed, this unassuming little collection of seedpods is a mighty symbol of ...
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