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Claylight Pendants

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Item details

A perforated Egg shaped white ceramic pendant light with two openings, a braided cord and a matching ceiling plate.

This light is UL listed. Comes with hardware to connect it to an electrical box.

Ceramic shade size: Size: 9" x 8.25" x 7" high, cord length up to 6 feet.
The cord can be shortened to any length on installation. If you require a longer cord for this light, just let us know.

We offer this pendant light with two light bulb options:

Incandescent: 53W dimmable standard screw bulb: more efficient in its energy use than a regular incandescent. (equivalent to a 75W incandescent) gives out focused light textures

LED: 8W dimmable LED light bulb that is 10 times more efficient in it's energy use than a regular incandescent bulb (equivalent to 70W incandescent), has a longer life span of 30,000 hours and a warm white light color. Gives out diffused light textures.

This pendant light has a standard medium screw socket and can fit any bulb up to 150W

The lamp shade can be easily rotated 360 degrees horizontally to aim the opening at any direction.
The clay lamp shade and ceiling plate were made by ceramic artist Sharan Elran.

Creation & Shipping

Creation: up to 1 week
Shipping: FedEx 1-5 days
Free Shipping in the US, ask the creator about international shipping.
Estimated Arrival: October 28, 2021


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Sculpting Light Since 2008

Lightexture is a design collaborative between an architect and a lighting designer creating unique designer lamps. We have been collaborating to create a robust collection of fixtures that are both playful and sensual. Each bringing a different set of skills and sensibilities to the stage, which makes the lights a conversation through work.