meet our case pendant
case pendant in natural with oblo bulb by tala
We're delighted to officially announce our latest design collaboration with Vitamin
- one of the first design partners we took on when we launched someday designs back in Jan 17.
Since the beginning of this year, we have been working together on our first vitamin x someday designs collection and we are now proud to share our co-creation - the case pendant
As an addition to our current in-house collection
(yes we've extended from sofas into lighting!) the case
pendant is a versatile, tactile and
affordable lighting option which we will be unveiling at Maison et Objet
from 7th - 11th September at the Vitamin stand (Hall 6, stand I99).
Stock is due mid October, although we are taking pre orders now - visit our shop here
to place yours.
Our case pendant £65, is available in three finishes; natural, blush and charcoal.
It includes an E27 clear LED bulb and cable set (opal bulbs available upon request).
Playing on the simplicity and understated aesthetics of modern, minimal living, this striking drop pendant works equally well as a single light source, in rows or clusters. Ideal as a hanging bedside light, a series of lights above a kitchen island or clustered together in a stairwell..
Hand made in the UK's pottery capital, Stoke on Trent, the case pendant is made from glazed earthenware ceramic and produced in small batches to ensure exact form, colour and textured finish are achieved every single time.
The ceramic material gives the pendant a beautiful tactile quality and the pleats create a defined surface texture - making it an elegant and charming pendant whilst reflecting the level of high end craftsmanship and dedication that goes into making each one.
case pendant in charcoal
Working alongside our British craftsmen, every stage of production has been carefully considered and refined. The case pendant is hand poured into a bespoke mould and left to set before it is delicately removed, sponged and kiln fired.
We hope you love it as much as we do and we're excited to work on further case range extensions in the month's to come!