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Gem Light Trio



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The newest light installation by Vezzini & Chen was created specially for Synergy II. Defined by the interplay between the two materials, a handcrafted ceramic inner shade, and blown and coldworked glass outer shade. Layers of hand carved ceramic components imitate the form of a blossom, a sprout or a gem, which is surrounded and protected by a glass layer.
The light is symbol of growth and preciousness, symbols, which the artists directly relate to the word ‘synergy’.

Vezzini & Chen bring the aesthetic worlds of ceramics and glass together, combining fluid forms with intricate detail, repetition, texture and geometry. Light plays a central role within the work, the designers drawing on their experience of diving, seeing the refraction of light underwater and its reflections on coral and marine life. Within their work light is diffused through the ceramic and glass, creating a rich interaction between the materials and components, bringing the pieces to life.

Small Gem Light, £920; Medium Gem Light, £1,120; Large Gem Light £1,350.

The Gem Lights are available individually or in multiple sets, please contact Gena Johns, Gallery Manager to inquire.


Technical Specs:

The light is supplied with a energy saver dimmable G9  LED bulb 4W equivalent of a 40W standard bulb. It has a life of 30,000 hours. The current light bulb colour is white 4000k but can be change to a warm white bulb 2700k. The ceiling fitting can be bespoke in different metal and sizes to house multiple lights.

If a stronger light is needed, halogen light bulb up to 60W can be used in our light.

The electric cable and high tension cable can be changed to a brass rod fitting with a brass ceiling rose.

The length of the rod will made bespoke to suit the space.

The light also can be wired to suit different countries.

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