Product code: 10470112
Designed exclusively for John Lewis, the Kern light is comprised of one steam-bent hoop made of responsibly sourced wood, suspending 5 pendant lights.
This light has been designed to work with decorative bulbs to give your home a stylish, modern appeal.
The height is adjustable and, depending on the bulbs used, will spread an impressive amount of light throughout your chosen space.
Perfect for hanging above your dining table.
Hand crafted in Cornwall, England.
Recommended bulb - Calex 4W ES Dimmable Golf Ball LED Filament Bulb
- Tom Raffield
- Bulb included?
- Country of Origin
- H7 x W55 x D55cm
All lights require a compatible dimmer and a dimmable bulb. We would recommend a V-Pro dimmer to ensure full functionality of your fitting.
- 20 - 180cm
- Drop Type
Specifies whether the drop on the light is adjustable or if it is fixed to a certain height
- Energy Rating
Graded on performance, from A+++ to G, with A+++ being the highest rating. Higher ratings mean better energy efficiency
- A++ to E
- Fixture type
Easy-to-Fit: A ceiling shade that can be fixed to an existing pendant without an electrician. Wired: May require the services of an electrician to fit.
Estimate of apparent amount of light the bulb will produce, measured in lumens (lm). The higher the number the brighter the light output.
- Made in the UK
- Number of bulbs
- Recommended bulb - Halogen
- 28W ES Eco Halogen Globe
- Recommended bulb - LED
- 4W ES LED Globe filament
- Suitable For Outdoors
Unpackaged weight of the product
With an experimental workshop set amongst six acres of woodland, Tom Raffield designs are synonymous with the nature that surrounds his studio. The Tom Raffield for John Lewis & Partners collection continues Tom’s signature curved aesthetic, incorporating steam-bent elements into a range of solid, sustainably sourced oak furniture and lighting.
No chemicals. No additives. No production line. Just handcrafted design, valued heritage and an understanding that every experiment can be transformed into a sculptural piece of functional art.More from Tom Raffield