Object of Want: Bone China Pendants Impressed by Patisserie

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For the candy toothed amongst us: a two-piece lighting collaboration by Feldspar (the Devon-based pottery helmed by Jeremy and Cath Brown) and Berdoulat (the Tub housewares store helmed by Patrick and Neri Williams). The lights are “impressed by a specific favourite French pastry of ours,” Feldspar writes: “the inimitable canelé.”

Have a look.

berdoulat x feldspar canele lighting collection in situ 7 Above: The collaboration bore two items—the Canelé Ceiling Rose (at prime) and the Canelé Pendant Shade (hanging)—which can be utilized individually or in tandem.
berdoulat x feldspar canele lighting collection in situ 8 Above: Each items are produced from high quality bone china in Feldspar’s Devon pottery.
berdoulat x feldspar canele lighting collection 9 Above: The Canelé Ceiling Rose bears putting resemblance to the pastry—and was made utilizing the same mould. In accordance with Feldspar: “Making high quality china shapes from traditional pâtisserie moulds was no imply feat. The plaster mannequin our moulds are produced from was painstakingly carved by hand to permit for shrinkage within the kiln, making the completed rose sufficiently big to be considered from a slight distance, and—importantly—to have the ability to match over any mild fittings and neatly screw in place.”
berdoulat x feldspar canele lighting collection 10 Above: The Canelé Pendant Shade, for its half, is “impressed by vintage French glass shades [and] completely at house in Berdoulat in Tub, the outdated basic retailer that has been fantastically restored by Patrick and Neri.”
berdoulat x feldspar canele lighting collection 11 Above: The gathering “takes full benefit of the fantastic qualities of bone china,” in accordance with Feldspar: “vivid white, opaque, and shiny by day and glowing from inside by evening. It’s solid extra finely than our normal wares to make sure the sunshine glows from inside and shares the attribute wobbly profile of our foremost assortment.”
berdoulat x feldspar canele pendant shades 12 Above: And a candy element: hand-painted particulars across the prime and base of the shades.

For extra, head to Feldspar.

And for extra lighting we love, may we advise:

  • “Gentle Filtered by Cloth”: Ethereal, Eco-Minded Lights by a Small Workshop in Spain
  • Kojima Shōten: Traditional Japanese Lanterns Reimagined
  • Cork, Skewed: The New Capsule Assortment by British Designer Matilda Goad

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