Reform Sconce by Jonathan Adler -Open Box
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Design by Jonathan Adler, 2008.
By Robert Abbey.
Pottery is one of Jonathan Adler's many talents and was his company's first commercial success. The Reform Sconce was created in the style of these sculptural elements brought from pottery to lighting. Ceramic fired with White glaze finish. Rectangular half shade of White linen with rolled edge hem. Matching decorative finial. Hardwire only.
Material(s): Ceramic, Fabric
- Overall: 21"H X 5"W X 4"Ext
- Shade: 13" X 4" X 13" X 4" X 8.5" Rectangle
Lamp Type: INCANDESCENT
Bulbs: 2 X 60W medium base incandescent (not included)
Listing: UL, CSA, ADA
Model(s): ROB-731 731
Jonathan Adler found his calling the day he tried pottery in summer camp. He begged his parents for a wheel and a kiln and subsequently spent his adolescence in the basement of his family's modern home throwing pots. He allegedly went to Brown to study semiotics and art history, but actually spent all his time at RISD making pots. He moves to New York and after trying the movie business for a few years he returns to his calling and sells his first and pivotal order to Barneys New York. Now Jonathan Adler's eponymous company has grown to become an internationally recognized lifestyle and home furnishings brand offering tabletop, bedding, bath accessories, furniture, rugs, pillows and lighting. Pairing modernist forms with bold colors and groovy graphics. The company's motto, "If your heirs won't fight over it, we won't make it", reflects Jonathan's commitment to impeccable craftsmanship and panache.
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