Piedra Collection
Sconce

$2,375.00

Our Piedra lighting takes its inspiration from the stone masks of the ancient civilization of Teotihuacán. Carved in the Mexican city of Tecali — which means ‘stone house’ in Nahuatl — these wall sconces and semi-flush mount lights draw on the clean lines, defined angles, and streamlined silhouettes that epitomize the pre-Colombian stone masks. Sculpted from carefully chosen marble or onyx, each piece reflects the unique character of the individual stone from which it is formed.

Leadtime 6-8 weeks.

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Description

D E T A I L S

TOTAL DIMENSIONS
10” Ø x 5” H
25.5 cm Ø x 13cm H

BACK PLATE DIMENSIONS
6” Ø x .5” H
15cm Ø x 1.5cm H

LAMPING
Single Socket
Tala, Porcelain II, E26 LED (bulb included)
6W | 60W Equivalent
540 Lumens
2700K / CRI 95
Fully compatible dimming

MOUNTING
Wall or ceiling universal mount; hardwired,
requires professional installation.

METAL FINISHES
Aged Brass
Brushed Brass
Brushed Nickel

CERTIFICATIONS
UL-listed (120V) and NOM certified
240V Available upon request

WEIGHT
9 lbs / 4 kg

LEADTIME
6-8 weeks

Each piece in this collection is cut from carefully selected stone blocks. Every natural stone product is unique; variation in color, tone, veining and pattern is to be expected as part of the stone’s inherent characteristics. Markings, lines and crystallization are a natural part of the stone’s beauty. Images and samples are indicative of the color and characteristics of the stones we work with in this collection and are not meant to portray an exact representation of the actual piece that you will receive.

D O W N L O A D S

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STONE OPTIONS

MILK ONYX

TRAVERTINE MARBLE

GREY MARBLE

BLACK + WHITE MARBLE

TERRA MARBLE

BLACK MARBLE

METAL FINISHES

AGED BRASS

BRUSHED BRASS

BRUSHED NICKEL

Additional information

Weight30 lbs

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    This collection takes its lead from the tribal villages of Hazaribagh in Northeastern India, where the walls of the villages’ mud homes are decorated with rambling, figurative murals.

    The mural-painting is part of a matrimonial ritual for the women which takes place every spring during the marriage season. Fleeting in nature, each year the murals are washed away with the heavy monsoon rains–and then once again started anew.

    Drawn to the exaggerated scale and the boldness of the Khovar designs, we commissioned women in the villages to do three paintings for us (leaf, vine, flower)–which we have translated into a collection of fabrics and wallpapers.

    Our partners in this collection, the women from the Tribal Women Artists Cooperative (TWAC), receive a commission for each yard sold.

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