Art Deco/Art Nouveau lamp in genuine Tiffany "1910" stained glass
At the crossroads of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, "1910" subtly integrates the codes of these rich and creative eras for the most elegant graphic highlighting.
Pattern in the purest Art Nouveau style, hand-painted and fired at 710° (the paint is thus "melted" into the glass to become indelible)
Technical characteristics :
Tiffany mounting in relief: 52 pieces of white and black glass cut, set and welded in volume
Opalescent glasses Pure white and Lacquered black
Base in sculpted oak solid wood, stained Napoleon black and treated with morning gum lacquer, antique patina finish
Black weathered welds for an old look
E14 bulb with 2W led supplied providing soft but bright lighting
Electric cord with switch 1.5 meters long
Width 24 cm, Depth 13 cm, Height 23 cm
"1910" can be declined in the colors and size of your choice
Limited edition, handmade, accompanied by its numbered certificate of authenticity
Made in Occitania - Mediterranean Pyrenees - France
Particularly neat packaging and suitable for the transport of a fragile part
Shipping costs offered in relay point for FR, postal for other destinations
Do not hesitate to contact us by visiting the website www.lumiere-et-vitrail.fr for a personalized creation.
Electric Plug FR-EU to US, Canada, Mexico and Japan, UK, Ireland, Malta or Australia, New-Zeland, China, Argentina provided
Screw base E26/27 for US and AUSTRALIA and others
Type C plug compatible with Europe, Brasil, Thailand, Chile
Alternatively, make the request
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Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
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