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We’ve taken our most popular shaped shade, slip-cast in earthenware, and added a semi-matt glaze to give it a lovely satin texture. This large and striking pendant light is available in three colours: Oyster nude, Mustard yellow and Liquorice black. The Oyster nude is a lovely subtle tone, great for adding a hint of colour to a space without taking over the room. Liquorice is black with a hint of green/blue, fantastic for some drama and in a monochrome space and Mustard adds a bit of colour with a slight retro feel. Use the colours singly or in combinations to create many different effects.

Find out more about the making process for earthenware here.

Design by
Tom Housden

Delivery
2-8 weeks

Design by
Tom Housden

Delivery
2-8 weeks

+ Dimensions & Weight

+ Materials

+ Finish Options

+ Light Source

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AVAILABLE FROM MAY! Estimated delivery time is 2-8 weeks.

Please note that since our ceramics are hand-made of natural materials, there may be some slight variation in colour and texture.

Chroma Mustard

Chroma Oyster

Chroma Liquorice

Ceiling Rose Liqorice

Suspension Detail Oyster

Chroma Oyster

Chroma Mustard

Featuring Chroma Oyster and Mustard

Chroma Colours

When creating our Chroma light, we wanted to have colours that were modern and bold but would work well in a multitude of settings. To soften the lights we developed the glazes as a satin finish retaining some reflection whilst appearing softer than a typical glaze.

The Mustard was the first we got right- not too yellow and not too brown- a shade that has a hint of vintage about it. The Liquorice is a black with a hint of green and blue, created by altering the cobalt content of the glaze, which has a great architectural presence without being too stark. Last to be decided was the Oyster, a nude/pink that can stand out more or less depending on the rest of the decor of a space.

Just the lip of the shade is left unglazed, so you get a hint of the natural earthenware white coming though for contrast.

The process involves first glazing the interior of the once-fired shades, sponging off any excess from the dipping and rolling process. the exterior is then sprayed with its glaze and the shades are fired again. If there are any issues then the shades are sprayed again to perfect the glaze before firing for a final time.

Dimensions & Weight

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Materials

-Earthenware with a semi-matt glaze

-Brass suspension hook

-Textile covered flex in nude

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Finish Options

Shade

Oyster

Liquorice

Mustard

Fabric flex-cord

Nude

Black

Beige

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Light Source

E27 bulb required (E26 for US version), max 12w

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