Flying Scotsman Hand Thrown Ceramic Pendant Light
A classic large down lighter approached in a traditional hand sculpted ceramic with a decorative nod toward the modern.
The interior of the pendant is the pieces eye catching and key focal point, its glossy lustrous white zircon interior of rivulets; glassy and opaque, creates a soft reflective surface hidden beneath the 24 inch deep matt textured cowl of graphite grey, retaining the vintage feel of the original vitreous enamelled pressed steel downlighter often seen in industrial settings and along Britain's railways from where the lamp takes its name.
*Please note that although the images that you see are a good represenation of the final product each one is hand made and is slightly different. This gives them personality and you something unique that no one else will ever own.
About the Supplier
Aditi grew from a desire to create bespoke, beautiful lighting using environmentally sound production methods and technology.
Every single piece of Aditi’s work is designed, hand sculpted, worked and decorated and then assembled by the artist using traditional methods. Using sustainable production processes based around natural products, we aim to keep oil-based products to a minimum and create a product with the minimum of impact to the environment.
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