The Corbett Lighting Story
Corbett Lighting was initially founded by Tom Corbett in Dallas, TX, in 1965. Throughout the 1970s and '80s, Corbett Lighting cemented its reputation as a high-quality, hand-crafted brand, with an increasingly strong old world sensibility and use of materials inspired by Corbett's travels throughout Europe.
After stumbling in the early 2000s, in 2004 Corbett Lighting became part of the Littman Group (along with Troy Lighting, Hudson Valley Lighting, and CSL and was moved to City of Industry, CA. It was re-launched in 2005, its line of lighting products ever faithful to Tom Corbett's original focus on quality and designer-oriented styles.
Why We Love Corbett Lighting
There is something a little exotic, a little mysterious and romantic about the Corbett Lighting collection as a whole. You can see it and feel in the gracious, sweeping lines and gleaming, refined choice of materials like bias-cut crystal and intricate, delicate metalwork. These are what set Corbett Lighting apart from other lighting manufacturers. Many of Corbett Lighting's fixtures are crafted from natural and eco-friendly materials, such as shades created from hand-woven Abaca fibers, handmade Japanese paper and Saguran, which is grown on environmentally friendly plantations.
Noteworthy Lighting by Corbett Lighting
The Corbett Vertigo Pendant is a dizzying example of mid-century modern inspired design. The Inertia collection, with its dynamic spikes of crystal, is sparklingly contemporary. Finally, consider the Graffiti Chandelier for a dazzling touch of elegance for entryways, foyers or suspended over the dining table.