Perforated and glazed ceramic pendant from a Harwell Hamilton Harris house. USA, 1965.
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Bone-white ceramic pendant light fixture by Raymor, Italy,
circa 1950. Features perforated detailing and an interior brass diffuser. Creates beautiful light effect when lit. Includes 18"L of hanging chain and on/off pull switch. Takes one standard bulb, 75W max.
Perforated, organically sculpted ceramic pendant sheds beautiful light
when illuminated. Wired for use, canopy included. Described by Angeleno Interiors as "accessibly edgy," Cuffhome, helmed by design team Wendy Schwartz and Kristi Bender, has been reimagining interiors and exteriors for more ...