This week Heathfield & Co have launched their latest lighting range, ‘The Zoffany Collection’.

The launch follows Heathfield & Co’s unveiling of the collection at this year’s Decorex International interiors exhibition, one of the flagship events of the London Design Festival, which ran from 20th – 23rd September at London’s Syon Park.

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The selection of table and pendant lamps has been designed to directly complement Zoffany’s own range of luxury wall coverings, fabrics, furnishings and accessories.


The new lighting range highlights expert craftsmanship, incorporating free-blown glass as well as sculptural ceramics, finished with a diverse palette of textural and tonal glazes.

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Though the range utilises a continuous, cohesive design language, it also incorporates a spectrum of influences and styles. The Novella table lamp and Celeste pendant, for example, offer a contemporary feel, while the Fiametta table lamp, Cauis table lamp and Tulipe pendant provide a more subtle and understated design.

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Additionally, the Mazu table lamp reflects an industrial influence while the Gaia table lamp provides a bold injection of colour.

Designers Comments:

Donna Gridley, Design Director at Heathfield & Co commented “This new product range really focuses on the shared design heritage of the two brands, resulting in a stunning collection of glass and ceramic pieces”.

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“The range has a clear, identifiable aesthetic and this has largely been achieved through a consistent colour palette of elegant, muted and monochromatic tones, in addition to some carefully selected metallic finishes. The prominent sculptural forms and detailing are also subtly echoed across the range”.


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