Innermost Facet Chandelier or Pendant Light


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Facet 18, Facet 60, Facet 100, Facet 150, Lozenge 107


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Innermost Facet Chandelier or Pendant Light

Facet is a highly polished stainless steel chandelier & pendant light by Tom Kirk for innermost that brings an infinite amount of reflections to any interior.

This amazing chandelier creates a centrepiece for any space. It set the standard when it was devised by Tom Kirk for flatter format chandeliers that suited lower ceiling heights.  It has since gone on to grace numerous interiors as the perfect centrepiece.  Reflecting its surroundings via the hundreds of etched and folded strips at different angles around both its exterior and interior.

Polished stainless steel sections arrayed around its circumference create a surface of small facets, each helping to present part of an amazing fragmented image of its surrounding.  The effect often fools the eye into think you are looking at glass or crystal until you get closer and realise it’s all perfectly polished metal.

It is available as pendants of varying sizes and as a wall light in polished stainless steel, brass or bronze.
Facet is also available as a wall light.

Material:Stainless Steel

Colours: Polished Stainless Steel / Polished Brass/ Bronze

Dimensions: FACET 18 – 28cm H x 18cm diameter, FACET 60 – 32cm H x 60cm diameter, FACET 100 – 32cm H x 100cm diameter, FACET Lozenge – 29cm H x 107cm L x 17cm diameter

Light source: FACET 18 – UK/EU G9 Max 25W (not included), FACET 60 – UK/EU 12x G9 Max 25W (not included), FACET 100 –  UK/EU 24x G9 Max 25W (not included), FACET Lozenge –UK/EU 6x G9 Max 25W (not included)

Recommended Bulb: Any G9 LED Bulb up to 500 lumen output, dimmable. Temperature 2200 – 2700K.

Ceiling Rose: Angled, colour matches the product

Cable: 4m, Clear PVC cable

Specification Sheet

The Designer: Born in Manchester in 1972, Tom Kirk studied at Middlesex University and Camberwell School of Art, graduating with a first class honours degree in Silversmithing and Metalwork in 1994.

In 1997, Tom was awarded a Crafts Council setting up grant and formally established his studio, designing and producing one-off and batch produced lights. Several of these early designs are still in production today. Today, Kirk’s designs reflect over a decade’s experience in manufacturing processes; working with a diverse range of techniques and materials.

The BrandInnermost’s rebellious approach to lighting and furniture comes from a shared anarchic pursuit of design freedom, a belief that you have to embrace the absurd in order to innovate. So innermost has innovation and a little absurdity at it’s core; working with designers from all corners of the globe to create beautifully unique products of the absolute highest quality, since 1999.