Introducing the Newest Atelier Collection: Scofield at Remains Lighting

Remains is proud to introduce Scofield at Remains Lighting, a collection specialized in 17th-19th C. American and European lighting designs based on original oil, candle and gas fixtures. Historic lighting design is united with modern technology in each hand-crafted piece.

The Scofield collection consists of a curated line of interior and exterior lanterns, chandeliers and sconces, fabricated from glass, copper, and tin, often with decorative elements such as gilding, punchwork, crimped edges, and pierced designs.

The company was founded in 1974 in Chester, Connecticut, by Richard Scofield, who spent many years studying the early American lighting in the museum collections in Old Sturbridge Village and Historic Deerfield, Massachusetts, where he was inspired to create his reproduction lighting fixtures and line of original fixtures with classic motifs.

Jon and Doreen Joslow revived the company in 2005 and continued to build upon Scofield’s creative vision. Nearly a decade later, Heritage Metalworks acquired the company and began producing the collection in their foundry and blacksmith shop in Downingtown, Pennsylvania.

The Scofield Collection is entirely hand-built, one at a time, by traditional artisans. Its material, finishes and large selection of traditional exterior lanterns in particular are a distinctive addition to Remains’ product lines, which range from restored antiques to contemporary designs.

The entire Scofield Lighting catalog is available to view online at, and in Remains’ showrooms in New York, Greenwich CT, Chicago and Los Angeles.


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