Monday, June 30, 2008

Cool Stuff: Porcelain Coral Lights

I spotted these amazing light sculptures during our visit to Portland's Canoe recently, and was instantly mesmerized by their delicacy and organic form.

Created by Israeli-by-way-of-British Columbia ceramist Lilach Lotan, the accent lights -- which mimic coral, barnacles, and other underwater forms -- are handcrafted from unglazed porcelain and gently illuminated by a small disc. They're available as votive lights, wall sconces, and ceiling pendants as well.

Check 'em out right here, and contact Lotan directly to find a retailer in your area. (The non-electrified votives are available from Canoe's online shop for $135 each.)

1 comment:

Tracey said...

beautiful for a seaside vacation home! I can hear the waves lapping on shore already...


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