Hubbardton Forge on This Old House

Since the company began in 1974, Hubbardton Forge Lighting has been re-exploring the ancient art of metal sculpting and creating lighting and accessories of grace and simplicity. Their design and manufacturing process is a collaboration of designers, engineers and craftspeople. Every curve, taper, and twist in the metal carries with it the distinctive marks of honest hand-crafting.

The words, "they just don't make it like that anymore", just doesn't apply to Hubbardton Forge Lighting. Sure, computer software and machine technology have helped some, but they still do much of it the old fashioned way, with anvils, hammers and the unique craftsmanship that only a skilled blacksmith can provide.

When you own a Hubbardton Forge pendant, lamp, chandelier or sconce, you own a piece of Vermont-made art of enduring value.

On a recent episode of "This Old House", their team of skilled artisans at their forge in Castleton, Vermont opened their doors to show why they're one of the very best at their craft for these creative and well built American made products.

Click on the "This Old House" logo on the left to view the Episode 24 video on their website and select "Scene 5" to view the tour of their facility.

Their award-winning collection of transitional and contemporary pendants is one of the most distinctive in the industry. They draw their design inspiration from modern sculptural forms, yet possess a warm, organic quality of light that is comfortable in a wide range of settings. And we’ve made them highly configurable. Mix and match your choice of glass, finish and shade options to create a customized design to suit your personal decorating style.