Using bone china, which is known for its strength and translucence, the Netherlands-based ceramic product designer Willem van Landeghem has created the Circle Light. Similar to the shells for the bone china pendant light, this bone china lamp has parts that have been fired without setters. The intriguing light fixture comprises of two bone china parts and features a circular florescent light in the center. The upper part of the light has been fired upside down. A double-sided rubber grommet connects the top and bottom part of the Circle Light.
During firing, the ribs control the collapse of the shape and leave an eye-catching tension that asks for immediate attention. You can place the Circle Light on the table or hang it on the wall.