This beautifully designed Leonardo da Vinci's helicopter pendant light is reminiscent of his "aerial screw" drawings from the 1480s. It will surely be a conversation piece the second someone sees it in your home!
The Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci drew his design for an "aerial screw" in the late 1480s, while he was employed as a military engineer by Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan from 1494 to 1499. The "aerial screw" was one of several aerial machines drawn by Leonardo, including an early parachute, an ornithopter and a hang glider.
Leonardo was fascinated by the phenomenon of flight for much of his life, producing many studies, including Codex on the Flight of Birds (c. 1505).
Bulbs Included: No
Installation Type: Cord Pendant
Item Type: Pendant Lights
Number of light sources: 1
Lighting Area: 5-10square meters
Model Number: GL012
Lampshade Color: White
Lampshade Color: Silver
Lampshade Color: Gold
Base Type: E27
Switch Type: Touch On/Off Switch
Light Source: LED Bulbs
Size: 40cm x 35cm, cord is 2 meters long