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Meaning ‘Moon’ in Cornish, the Loer showcases a translucent glass orb with clouded bands of warm celestial white light which suspends within a sleek halo of supple ash wood. Three Loer Pendant Smalls, each held in place by brass detailed fixings, reflect the soft illustrious glow of the spherical globe when illuminated. This statement wooden cluster light is well suited to making a grand entranceway, or as a delightful dining room light.
Designed to ignite your creative flair, our Cluster Lighting Range invites you to make your own mark and curate a truly unique, statement lighting piece tailored to suit your space.
Illuminate space. Seek the extraordinary.
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- LED bulbs included
- Part of the Loer Lighting Range featuring wall lights, ceiling lights, table lamps and wall lights.
Dimensions: W 575 x D 575 x H 2000mm (approximately)
Weight: 4.2 kg (unboxed)
Main materials: Sustainably sourced ash, opaque glass and brass
Finish: Eco-friendly, natural matt varnish
Bulb: Dimmable E27 bulb included
Ceiling kit: E27
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We’re committed to using sustainably sourced timber from responsibly managed forests for all of our iconic designs, to ensure environmental security and renewability. Finished with eco-friendly natural oil with a matt finish.
Manipulating wood into complex, gravity-defying bends are what we’re known for. Hand-curved or steam bent, our low-energy and ecological process uses just water, heat and the technical skill of our master craftspeople.
Tom Raffield packaging is 100% plastic free. Sustainably sourced cardboard is, and has always been, used to package goods ready for dispatch as well as recycled papers, labels and bespoke-made packaging by local Cornish company, Flexi-hex, all of which is widely recyclable and compostable.
This product is designed and crafted using innovative methods and components that are easy to dismantle for repairing, re-using or recycling if needed. These circular design methods give us the tools to prevent the creation of waste and pollution right from the start.