Designer Lighting Brands: Spotlight on Currey & Company

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While Currey & Company originally started in 1988 as a classic garden furnishings business, the company is now known for its distinctive lighting products, and for good reason. An amazing amount of attention and detail goes into the manufacturing of each piece.

The Currey website explains, “With a workforce in Atlanta and Currey International in the Philippines, Currey & Company brings to the marketplace merchandise that not only speaks of the touch of the human hand, but also utilizes a myriad of natural materials.”

At Wolfers Lighting, we refer to Currey’s lighting fixtures as fantastic statement pieces. When you choose a Currey product for your home, you are definitely making a statement, one that will spark wonderful conversations with family and friends alike.

Here are three products from this innovative designer light brand that always get people talking.



1. Quantum Chandelier. This piece completely reimagines the classic chandelier form, thanks to the blown glass balls. The Silver Leaf finish enhances the glow of the shimmering glass baubles. See it in all its glory in our Waltham lighting showroom.



2. NEW ARRIVAL: Carousel Lantern. The Lollipop Red finish gives this piece a playful, whimsical feel, but if the red is too bold for your tastes, you can opt for a Gold Leaf finish, which provides an elegant effect. You really need to see this one in person stop by our Allston or Waltham showroom and have a look!


3. NEW ARRIVAL: Marmande Rectangular Five-Light Chandelier. This has quickly become a favorite in our Allston and Waltham showrooms. What’s not to love, right? This piece completely redefines the concept of a chandelier and to gorgeous effect. The light sparkles from the mouth-blown glass cylinders captured within the Cupertino wrought iron framework and creates a magical feel.

Which one is your favorite? Remember, seeing lighting products in person is a MUST. Stop by one of our lighting showrooms soon!


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