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Eido Wall Sconce | Sconces by Porcelain Bear | Rachely's Home in San Francisco
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Eido Wall Sconce

Featured In Rachely's Home, San Francisco, CA

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Beautiful bathroom design by StudioNea features handmade porcelain light fixtures from Porcelain Bear.

Eido is an abbreviation of the Greek words ‘eidos’ meaning form and ‘eidolon’ meaning phantom or apparition. The name refers to the ghost-like shade of the light, a form resembling a shrouded figure or a child pretending to be a ghost. Originally designed in 2008, the Eido wall sconce was added to the range in 2014.

Item Eido Wall Sconce
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Wescover creator since 2019
Porcelain Bear is a design studio characterised by an experimental exploration of its namesake material. Traversing the worlds of furniture, lighting and object d’art, the Melbourne based studio is distinguished by its unique marriage of traditional techniques with contemporary technology.

Led by the artisanship of founders Gregory Bonasera and Anthony Raymond, Porcelain Bear strives to reimagine porcelain in a decidedly contemporary manner, exploring its boundaries while inventing entirely new applications that respond to the needs of the world’s leading interior design and architecture practices