Porcelain

Razetti – Porto Cervo Rosso

Razzetti established themselves through ceramics. Their art now lies in manipulating porcelain, the result of which is their internationally renowned line of chandeliers Porto...

Bell

The Bell series of shiny porcelain pendants is now available in new colours: mustard yellow and old rose. To celebrate porcelain as a substance...

Moonstruck Sandra Haischberger

Created by Viennese designer Sandra Haischberger Moonstruck glow spheres are cast from porcelain and perforated while the material is still in its leather hard...

Close Up

Suitable as a table or pendant piece, Close Up is a free-blown glass form containing individually slip cast and hand-carved bone china pieces. The...

Cirio

Designed for Santa & Cole by Antoni Arola, the Cirio incorporates a capsule of LED lights that provide a candle-like light. Around this a...

Large Simple Shade

UK manufacturer Boatswain Lighting is a pioneer of the slip cast process used to produce flawless paper thin, yet hard wearing translucent shades and...

Chandelier Sundmans

The Loomster device, designed by Finnish weaver Sirkka Paikkari, was the inspiration for a series of collaborations with ceramicist  Margaret O’Rorke. Together they created...

Pinhole Pollen

Based in Cornwall, UK, Amy Cooper creates porcelain pieces that are slipcast and individually decorated so that no two pieces are exactly the same....

Dip Light

The dip light is generated by dipping a glue-covered wine bottle into a bowl full of cotton balls. By repeating this step a random...

Wall light

This wall light by Yen Robinson is produced in porcelain paperclay and decorated with an impressed design, created using ‘ground elder’ harvested from the...

XY

The XY series takes bold typography and imbues it with the warm glow of porcelain. The pendant lamps are suspended by thin wires to...

PILA

The PILA Series was created for the Rosenthal Studio Line. Italian for ‘pile’, PILA echoes a domestic scene - a stack of porcelain plates...

Applique Nymphea

According to Art et Floritude, it was Louis XV’s wife, Marie Leszcynska, who first popularised this style of floral decorative lighting in France, creating...

Porcelain Branching

“The effect I wanted to create was one of floating, overlapping, white planes,” explains Lindsey Adelman of her Porcelain Branching chandelier. “To me the...