Philippe Barbier Style French Modern Steel Lamp 'Without Lampshade'
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Elegant steel table lamp; the solid cylindrical base supports two spheres creating a geometric and aesthetic contrast pure and accurate; the lamp, then overall, in addition to the consistency and prestige of steel, has a modern and contemporary design, not too load but essential, a unique piece of furniture, refined and elegant at the same time that fits with naturalness and simplicity to both contemporary and classic; the lamp was made between 1967 and 1970 in a workshop near Paris by a skilled master craftsman who used steel to enhance the majesty and beauty of this material and to highlight its relationship with light and the phenomenon of reflection, a factor that has become an integral part of the lamp itself. The object was created inspired by the style of the Maison Barbier. Maison Barbier was a small factory in Rue du Pré aux Clercs near Boulevard Saint-Germain in the center of Paris; Philippe Barbier was a listed 20th-century French designer, he designed furniture and tables, but he remained famous for his original lamps, which with their innovative, unusual and timeless shape have become popular all over the world, even today they are much loved by collectors. Famous film records have used Barbier's lamps in the settings of their films. The electrical system is new but the wiring is European, the compatibility of the voltage in other states must always be verified by an electrician before use. Measures diameter cm.14, height cm.48.
Place of origin:
48H x 14DI
18,90H x 5,51DI
Creator / Artist:
Good; Rewired: The electrical system is new but the wiring is European, the compatibility of the voltage in other states must always be verified by an electrician before use. Wear consistent with age and use.
International - YES
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