Aeris LED Linear Pendant Light
At A Glance:
Hand-assembled and just as much sculpture as it is a light, this long rectangular pendant lamp has a light look - even though it's a box - due to the spaced slits in its sides that let light show through. The Aeris LED Linear Pendant Light is made from Walnut and aluminum and features energy-saving LED technology with a warm glow. Handmade in California, the Aeris lamp is a design worth seeing in person.
What's To Like:
The Aeris pendant light has a warm look both when it's turned on and off. Walnut is one of the warmest wood tones, and the warm light of the LEDs used in this lamp is a far cry from the cold light that early LEDs put off.
- Overall dimensions: 8" h x 6" d x 30" or 54" w
- Cord: 6' long
- Brushed aluminum or black anodized aluminum accents
- Walnut wood body
- Dimmable (use ELV or TRIAC dimmer)
- Light output: 1075 lumens (down light: 645; up light: 430)
- Light color: 2700 degrees K (warm)
- LED power consumption: 16 watts
- Linear ceiling canopy included
- Handmade in California, USA
Materials & Measurements
Metal accents: brushed aluminum or black anodized aluminum
Body: dark stained Walnut or oiled Walnut
8" h x 6" d x 30" or 54" w
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About The Manufacturer
Established in 2009, Cerno is a design and manufacturing group based in Southern California. Their innovative modern LED lighting combines efficiency with an elegant yet modern aesthetic. Blending form and function is Cerno's quintessential purpose, and their products are cultivated by a collective of designers and engineers - thus giving their lights a distinguished synthesis of science and art. Each fixture is hand assembled, ensuring that each and every lamp is produced to the highest level of quality. Lead designers for Cerno's lighting are Nick Sheridan and Frank Carfaro.
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Shipping & Delivery
Cerno Lamps and Lighting Fixtures ship within 4-6 weeks of purchase.
Cerno Lighting fixtures come with a 2-year manufacturer's warranty from the date of purchase that covers defects in workmanship. Installation damages are not covered in the warranty.