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Loer Pendant: Homes & Gardens

Posted: 27.01.21

Our new Tom Raffield Loer Pendant features in Homes & Gardens 'Objects of Desire' edit.
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'Bright Idea' our Loer Pendant features on pg. 18 of Jo Bailey's 'Objects of Desire' February Shopping Edit in Homes & Gardens magazine.
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Meaning ‘Moon’ in Cornish, the Loer Pendant showcases a translucent glass orb with clouded bands of warm celestial white light which suspends within a sleek halo of supple ash wood.

"Exploring a new interior light aesthetic, Tom Raffield's latest launch takes inspiration from the planets and moons within our solar system. Combining sustainable steam bent ash wood - an element seen in many of Tom's designs - alongside mouth-blown glass and brushed brass fixings, the Loer Pendant costs £345."

- Jo Bailey, Shopping Editor.
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Held in place by brass detailed fixings that reflect the soft illustrious glow of the spherical globe when illuminated, the opulent Loer Pendant looks equally as eye-catching when switched off. This contemporary wooden light is suited to an array of interiors and property styles and looks particularly striking suspended in clusters.
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Front cover of Homes & Gardens February Edition.
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Jo Bailey's 'February 'Objects of Desire' edit on pg. 13.
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