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The Comber Lighting Range, the latest collection by Tom Raffield, once again utilises sustainable materials and handcrafted design.

The Comber Lighting Range, the latest collection by Tom Raffield, once again utilises sustainable materials and handcrafted design. This range was inspired by the Atlantic Ocean and the Cornish shorelines, and features spiralling forms throughout three different light designs.

The Drift Pendant features six individual petals of oak or walnut interwoven to mimic the appearance of waves, while the Keel Pendant is a wide piece of timber moulded into funnels channelling light downwards. The Neap Wall Light presents a cylinder of light that brightens the space directly above and below.

Each product is hand-shaped using sustainable wood and sculpted using steam bending.

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