Spero Sconce

 

Brand: Cerno

Regular price
$ 550.00
Sale price
$ 550.00  
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per 

The Spero Sconce illustrates a minimalist mindset without sacrificing design details that define the fixture.

Lamping: 1x E26 base, PAR20 lamp, 20 W max.

no bulb included or PAR20 LED bulb included - 2700 K, 90CRI, 40 degree flood.

Free shipping in the US (except HI & AK)

 Please contact us to confirm stock. If in stock it takes about 5-7 days before it ships.

 This item can be returned within 15 days if you’re not satisfied.

  • Diameter: 3"Dia.
  • Width: 5"
  • Depth: 4"
  • Height: 11.75"
  • Weight: 2 lbs

About the...

Spero Sconce

The Spero Sconce illustrates a minimalist mindset without sacrificing design details that define the fixture. Pronounced metal accents join the leather strap to the shade, adding a balanced contrast between the different elements. The bottom aperture allows the delivery of ample light while shielding the rest of the space from glare.
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Meet the designers

Cerno

Cerno, established in 2009, is an industrial design and manufacturing company innovating modern lighting fixtures and furniture in Southern California. Cerno’s mission is to fuse quality, performance and resource efficiency with modern design. Cerno designs with focus and purpose, yielding products that blend form and function into objects of purposeful and personal value. Cerno believes that the often overlooked objects we surround ourselves with in our daily lives represent an opportunity for expression and personal enjoyment. Aiming to produce products that take advantage of this opportunity and fill this need for the conscientious consumer, Cerno lighting’s LED light fixtures and other decor fit seamlessly into any home or retail space.

Nick Sheridan

Now, for over a decade, we’ve been making modern fixtures. In 2009 we saw an opportunity. Lighting design and energy efficiency had been limited by 100 years of the traditional incandescent bulb. Fixtures designed in America but manufactured overseas often had frustrating quality flaws and were limited by the inherent disconnect in their design-prototyping-manufacturing process. The innovations in incandescent and LED lighting, new technologies started bringing potential for efficiency, quality and beauty that had yet to be thoroughly explored or developed. So we set out to design and build original fixtures right here in California.

“When we first started, we didn’t know what the market was going to demand. But we get feedback from lighting designers, architects and users, and we build the next generation based on that feedback,” “When we’re not working, we’re always trying to get back in the water,”