We first fell in love with Tracy Glover’s magical blown glass lamps when we spotted them at a shop in Toronto nearly a decade ago. Several years later, we bought one — a blue-and-green hued floor lamp that evokes the sea. Since then, it’s served as a playful beacon in the corner of our living room, radiating light and happiness. Glover holds a BFA from the glass department at the Rhode Island School of Design and honed her craft in locales ranging from a Belgian crystal factory to Dale Chihuly’s Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle. The latest addition to her product list is this series of monopoint pendant lamps. Like all of the works of lighting art Glover sells, it can be customized by shape, color, pattern, length and “lamping” (LED or halogen). The hardest part is deciding between so many gorgeous options.