About Us

Luna Lighting, makers of hand crafted ceramic lights, is based at a studio in the heart of Bloomsbury in central London, part of Cockpit Arts - the UK's only creative business incubator for designer-makers - so expect lots of treasures at the Open Studios events held twice a year.

Designer maker Anna Perring developed a collection of playful pierced porcelain tea lights and striking sculptural table lamps in white stoneware. In 2001 she first launched the enduring Luna Snowball which casts glitterball light effects onto surrounding surfaces.

Luna Lights evolved out of a personal search to fuse the cool clean lines of modern design with a need for warmth and sparkle.

Anna explained it as a balancing act between the head and the heart: 'My head wants a clutter free clear space to think in, my heart wants something softer and more fanciful and so the aim was to create unique ceramic lights for the design-aware individual. I want them to be uplifting and make people smile. The patterns of light they scatter across a room have the quality of fairy lights (that I could never bear to take down after Christmas) and fireflies, seen for the first time in Italy a few years ago and which were a magical kick-start to this lighting project.'

When Anna died in 2023, her children, and her small team, decided to carry on her creative legacy, and continue creating the magical sparkle she embodied.

Luna Lighting's current collection of delicate porcelain tea light holders are all hand made in the studio and each one bears the maker’s mark with the throwing lines clearly visible. There are tiny holes in the form made with a variety of found and made tools and they are very high fired to 1260 degrees so that the porcelain vitrifies and becomes especially translucent and tactile. With a flickering tea light inside the pretty patterns shine through and create a magical intimate atmosphere.

Available exclusively online, at Open Studios or at the few craft fairs that Luna Lighting visits, is a handmade porcelain tableware collection, decorated with gold lustre spots and stripes. Pretty, tactile and utterly delicious to eat or drink from.

Anna was also been busy developing other lighting ideas; quirky light pulls, fine porcelain chandeliers and most recently a range of thrown porcelain candlesticks. Tom, Anna's son, brings his experience as a prop maker in the film industry to develop new ideas and designs.

If you'd like more info about Cockpit Arts please visit their website.

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