Innermost Jelly Glass Pendant Light
Transparent hand blown glass shades that seem to quiver in the light, colourful Jelly is a treat for the eyes. With four colours across two sizes, the collection truly comes alive when mixed and matched together.
The Jelly Pendant Light is a part of innermost's Essentials Collection.
JELLY 24: 17cm H x 24cm diameter
JELLY 22: 20cm H x 22cm diameter
Colours: Red, Blue, Yellow, or Grey
Light source: UK/EU E27, Max 60W
Recommended Bulb: Filament or peal LED Globe Bulbs with 300 - 500 Lumen output each and 2700K (for warmer with more colour). We recommend dimmable bulbs.
Cable: 4m, Grey Jelly comes with black cable while Jelly Red, Blue and Yellow come with white cable.
Ceiling Rose: Grey Jelly comes with black ceiling rose while Jelly Red, Blue and Yellow come with white ceiling rose.
About the Supplier
In 1999 Central London, Steve Jones and Russell Cameron gave up their jobs within design consultancy and furniture design to pursue a shared dream of a unique but diverse furniture and lighting brand.
From their humble beginning in an old lighting factory in Wembley, North London, they had worked with designers from across the globe who called London their home. And even today they continue to embrace that vivid diversity, striving to be ‘as British as London itself’ – that is to say very British and yet highly adaptable and with a global vision.
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