Aluminum frame and clear acrylic panels. Designed 1966. The lights were designed to symbolise a Danish priest's collar, with acrylic lamellaes radiating from a metal tube.
Claus Bolby (1944-) began his career as a technician in the Royal Danish Airforce. In his free time, he pursued a broad range of creative arts activities, including painting and working with wood and other materials. His interest and technical skills brought Bolby into designing lights, soon winning a commission to produce a pendant lighting for a newly built and strikingly modern church in Strandby, Northern Jutland.