Called Chimney, the lamps are hand-thrown and kiln-fired, made of clay from the region in Wales where they are produced.
The inside of each shade is glazed in white.
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Chimney is a collection of hand thrown, kiln fired clay pendant lamps.
They are produced in a pottery studio in Wales and utilise the natural clay of the region.
Using traditional hand thrown techniques each lamp has its own unique character with a textured exterior finish in contrast to a gloss white glazed interior.
Chimney Lights are designed by Benjamin Hubert Studio and manufactured by Viaduct.
The multi award winning Benjamin Hubert Studio was established in 2007 and works with a range of international design brands to develop products that have an inherent timeless quality and user benefit.
The studio works across furniture, lighting and product sectors with a functionally led, austere aesthetic.
Benjamin employs a material and process driven design approach and has explored various innovative material/production techniques.
Large h 280mm Ø 320mm
Small h 330mm Ø 210mm
Hand thrown, kiln fired clay in natural burnt orange finish with a gloss white glazed interior.
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