Bailey Pendant by Rakumba
Artisan Design by Tom Fereday.
The Bailey pendant is a beautiful achievement in traditional artisanal glass blowing techniques paired with minimalist design.
As an exploration of the design possibilities of hand-formed optic glass moulding, the light employs this ancient Italian technique to create an intricate fluted glass shade.
A slim internal fitting highlights the symmetrical lens-shaped form of the light and produces an elegant glow from its centre.
– Hand blown glass
– Satin Brushed brass or anodised aluminium
1 x E27 240V / LED / or CFL Globe recommended.
– 1.5M Black braided flex / seamless canopy
– Smoke Glass or Blue Glass
– Black or Brass fitting
250mm diameter x 450mm H
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Rakumba is a committed group of thinkers, designers, makers, artisans and engineers devoted to the mantra “Making Beauty”.
For more than fifty years, Rakumba has been creating beautiful decorative lighting. Authenticity and heritage underly their signature aesthetic of contemporary elegance.
As Australia’s oldest international lighting brand, Rakumba collaborates with established and emerging designers, consistently sharing knowledge and delivering an award-winning collection; demonstrated at it’s best through their Typography series, an ongoing collaboration with Netherlands-based Studio Truly Truly.
Today, Rakumba’s strength is drawn from delivering ‘effortless complexity’ through combining contemporary design, artisan craft, complex manufacturing and leading edge technology.
About the designer
Tom Fereday develops products based on the principle of honest design –celebrating the manufacturing processes behind furniture and products, and designing from the inside out.
He strives to create enduring designs that are meaningful to people and their environment.
Born in Australia, Tom grew up in England studying at the Wimbledon School of Art before moving to Sydney to complete Honours in Industrial Design at the University of Technology Sydney.
He founded his studio in 2012 and currently works with leading design brands across Europe and Australia. As a multi-award-winning designer, Tom exhibits internationally on a regular basis.