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Halo Light by glass artist Michael Ruh. This hand-blown, spun glass light perfectly balances colour and transparency to effectively enhance the surrounding space, and incorporates Michael's signature scribed lines. This item is made to order and can be customised with up to five different coloured hand-blown glass shades.
Material: Hand-blown glass.
Dimensions: Length: 25cm, Width: 25cm (Shade), Length: 150cm (Standard flex).
Care Instructions: Wipe with cloth.
Stylist and imaginer Sue Skeen has collaborated with the makers of The New Craftsmen to create a range of furniture & lighting for home and hospitality. Our shared vision was to develop a set of timeless designs that would encourage individuality and expression. The COMMON PARTS Collection integrates traditional craft skills, still practiced by makers across the British Isles - from leather and stone workers, to rush weavers and lacquerists. Bespoke options are available, including custom cord design. Each piece can also be hand-painted in a gloss finish, with a choice of 5 colours.
Michael Ruh is a celebrated glass artist creating blown glass pieces with a modern aesthetic. Since establishing his Studio in 2004, Michael has worked with simple, traditional tools that have been used throughout the centuries to craft exquisite tableware, lighting and home accessories.
Michael’s forms are each marked with his signature technique of scribing lines across the surface of each vessel. The technique is reminiscent of Japanese Bokuseki calligraphy- each stroke being applied with intent and assertion.
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