Small ceiling lamp “Plafonier”

Nr. 2267 | 1.200,-- Euro
Small ceiling lamp "Plafonier"

Small ceiling lamp “Plafonier”

Art Deco around 1930.

Fluted broad brass ring with crossed bars as a decoration – pressed glass light shielding cone with  radially arranged prism cut in pressed glass.

Height: 21 cm
Diameter: 30cm

Price: 1.200,– €

(Differential taxation according to §25a UStG)

Small ceiling lamp “Plafonier”

The term “Plafonier” for a ceiling lamp originates from French and has been known in German usage since the 18th century. The word “Plafond” means “ceiling” or “upper limit” in French, and “Plafonier” is the adjective that refers to something that is attached to or resting on the ceiling. Over time, the term “Plafonier” has established itself in German usage and is often used today as a synonym for ceiling lamps.

A Plafonier ceiling lamp in the Art Deco style is a type of ceiling light that is designed in the Art Deco style. The Art Deco style was popular in Europe and North America in the 1920s and is characterized by its decorative and geometric forms, as well as its love for luxury and elegance.

A Plafonier ceiling lamp in the Art Deco style can be available in various sizes and shapes and is often made from materials such as glass, metal, or crystal. It may also be decorated with ornaments or geometric patterns to achieve the characteristic Art Deco look.

This type of ceiling lamp is often used in indoor spaces such as living and dining rooms, hallways, or bedrooms to create a luxurious and stylish atmosphere. The Plafonier ceiling lamp in the Art Deco style is also a timeless design element that fits many different interior styles.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more Art Deco cabinetsArt Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.

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