A rufflette is a thick strip of tape which is sewn to the top of curtains so they can be gathered, to which curtain hooks can be attached. With this suspended light by Marie-Christine Dorner, a tall rufflette is wrapped around the outer edges of the widest part of the shade and it is this which, by pleating the cotton chintz, enables regular pleats to be formed on its two slopes. A classic technique for a contemporary and very charming design. Shade in 100% cotton fabric, mounted on a rufflette like a curtain. May be taken apart for cleaning.