The PH Septima is regarded as one of Poul Henningsen’s most refined pendants. When exhibited for the first time as a prototype at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art (now Designmuseum Danmark) in 1928, the poetic piece was publically applauded. The seven-shade glass crown emits a glare-free, downward directed light, while radiating a pleasantly delicate glow. From shade to shade, frosted glass fields alternately cover the clear ones, thus diffusing the light even more softly. Socket housing and canopy: Satin polished brass, untreated. Please note that the brass surface is untreated. The untreated brass will change over time and develop a patina.