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Potter lights

May 14, 2013

A collection of hand-thrown and glazed ceramic pendant lights, by architect and designer-maker Bruce Rowe.

A side project for Melbourne-based architect and designer-maker Bruce Rowe, the Potter lights are a collection of hand-thrown and glazed ceramic pendants. The lights are made in Rowe’s studio, located in the Pop & Scott Workshop in Northcote under the name Anchor Ceramics.

Each of the ceramic pendants is made and glazed by hand, and available with a white interior and a white or charcoal exterior. The design is offered in three different sizes (145mm high x 150mm diameter / 160mm high x 250mm diameter / 200mm high x 320mm diameter), with a three-metre cord in gold, black or black and white fleck.

Anchor Ceramics also produces a selection of ceramic tableware pieces, and range of ceramic tiles will be launched soon.

Designed and made by Bruce Rowe and available through MAKE Architecture.


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