Terracotta Sconces by Cerno Are US-Made

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October 13,2021

Prod Cerno Credo and Dreo 400x275The new Creo and Dea Ceramic Shades from Cerno are hand-crafted in Laguna Beach, California by ceramic artists Scott and Naomi Schoenherr for domestic lighting manufacturer Cerno.

The terracotta is unglazed, accentuating the clay’s natural red earth coloring. The modern form works well in clean minimalist outdoor and indoor environments as well as in more transitional spaces.

All of Cerno’s lighting designs are locally designed and sourced as well as inspired by natural environments, organic shapes, and local materials.


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