Tech Lighting: Sedona is the company’s interpretation of a deconstructed chandelier. Handcrafted by artisans, the orb exterior (available in smoky or clear) is smooth while the interior glass forms thickening bands. Booth #3024. www.techlighting.com Ferrowatt: Made specifically for filament light bulbs, the Diamond 7 cage pendant pairs well with the company’s reproduction bulbs. Booth #853. www.ferrowatt.com Kuzco Lighting: Sienna puts a twist on the traditional chandelier. The LED light is diffused within the triangular glass inside each of the cylindrical lights, which resemble organ pipes. Booth #2141. www.kuzcolighting.com WAC Lighting: Sleek, curving lines compose the Vornado pendant. Handcrafted from aluminum with a silicone diffuser, it comes in three sizes, all in a chrome finish. Booth #2119. www.waclighting.com Barn Light Electric: Industrial yet colorful, the Goodrich Duncan chain-hung gooseneck light echoes the turn-of-the-century aesthetic. The shade is handcrafted in the United States, and its porcelain enamel gives it a high-finish gloss. Booth #4361. www.barnlightelectric.com Nora Lighting: The Cylo head slides on Nora’s 120V rail system for cabinet, display and overall lighting. These die-cast aluminum fixtures have two beam spreads and full rotation plus dimming capabilities. Booth #2313 www.noralighting.com Pure Edge Lighting: Pure Edge Lighting’s Nova modular downlight suspension turns users into designers, allowing for complete personalization. The LED channel can be combined with end caps, desired power canopies and other components. Booth #3039. www.pureedgelighting.com Progress Lighting: The Pier 33 Collection includes both outdoor hanging and wall lanterns, like this one. The die-cast frame and clear-seeded glass protect the bulb. A black finish polishes off this piece. Booth #1325, #1425. www.progresslighting.com The 2017 show, May 9-11 in Philadelphia, promises plenty of education and brand new technologies. Check out these introductions before you hit the floor.