Hanbury is a new collection of smaller versatile wall lights and hanging lanterns devised by Will Fisher and named after his East London house where the lights feature throughout. These designs also have a lower price tag whilst retaining the quality of craftsmanship found in Jamb’s acclaimed reproduction products.
The dining room and kitchen in Will Fisher and Charlotte Freemantle’s house in an 1890s building in Hanbury Street in East London. The building demanded something different from their previous Georgian house in Camberwell. The lighting designed for this house has a 1920s industrial feel, and it seemed only appropriate that it should be named the Hanbury collection. The other Jamb reproduction designs used in this house include the Cruxton table, the Apsley dish lights and the Cobbler’s stool.
The Croft wall light above is a heavy brass swivel wall light with a choice of a reeded or studded shade in over six finishes including distressed silver and antique verdigris.
A pair of Conroy wall lights in the bathroom in Hanbury Street.
The art deco style Conroy light in nickel or antique brass is perfect for all environments, including bathrooms. Shown here in an antique bronze finish, it has become one of their most popular and versatile wall lights. It’s a heavy brass fixture with a hand crafted central opaline glass. It’s £576.
The Adler fixed wall fixture in a heavy cast brass, shown here in nickel, is also available in brown bronze, brass and antique brass. It costs £432. The hanging lantern version is from £222.
The Adler and the Mo wall lights (£660) on the top shelf, with the Croft wall lights below (£420 and reeded shade £114 and studded metal shade £150) are inspired largely by the 1920s industrial age. Each piece is individually crafted and hand patinated.
Jamb have just published their reproduction collection supplement 2017
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