Art Deco style table lamp, new

Nr. 1568 | 1.880,-- Euro

Art Deco style
table lamp, new

Chrome-plated shade with column on a round base.

Individual satined and clear glass rods with internal lighting.

Height: 49 cm
diameter shade: 43 cm
4 burners

Price: 1.880,– €

(including 19% VAT that can be claimed back)

Art Deco style table lamp

A table lamp in the Art Deco style is characterized by elegant lines and a clear design language. Typical features include symmetrical geometries such as circles, squares, and triangles, often combined with stylized animal or floral motifs.

Materials that can be used for table lamps in the Art Deco style include brass, bronze, chrome, glass, or ceramic. Glass inserts with geometric shapes or colored elements are also often used to break the light and create a special atmosphere.

A table lamp in the Art Deco style can be a highlight in any room and is particularly well-suited to a modern or minimalist interior.

Glass rods in the Art Deco style were often used as a design element. They are an important part of the material spectrum that is typical for this style. The Art Deco style became popular in the 1920s and 1930s and is known for its geometric shapes and clear lines.

Glass rods in the Art Deco style can be used in various applications, such as handles for drawers or cabinets, legs for tables or chairs, or as part of lamps or other decorative objects.

Particularly striking are often lamps where glass rods are arranged in a geometric pattern to create an interesting play of light. Glass rods can also be an important part of the design in room dividers or other decorative elements.

The use of glass rods in the Art Deco style is an example of how this style experimented with innovative materials and technologies to create a modern, contemporary design.

Lamps at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more lampsArt Deco lamps, and other art objects in my store in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for artistic lighting.

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