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Gabriel Scott

Welles 3-Spoke

$2,250
Gabriel Scott

Welles 3-Spoke

GASH002003045

$2,250
Description
“Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.”
Detail
Color
Blackened steel with polished copper
Materials
Steel, copper
Origin
Hand-assembled in Canada
Dimensions
18 inches (diameter) x 7.5 inches (overall height, stem included)
Hanging rod is made to order: We will contact you to confirm your desired drop length.
Notes
Note
This lamp uses one 15-watt E12 incandescent bulb (not included).
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GASH002003045

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“Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.” “Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.” “Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.” “Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.” “Steel is often where our thoughts begin,” says Gabriel Kakon, who with brother-in-law Scott Richler created Gabriel Scott. The Welles 3-Spoke light combines the designers’ sturdy starting point with an artisanal process that creates a blackened patina: the result is an oil-rubbed look that reveals a depth of gold undertones. The interior finish of polished copper provides a striking contrast. “It’s a sculpture or signature piece that’s really interesting,” notes Kakon. “A statement couch might not necessarily be comfortable, but lighting can function like a piece of art.”