This iconic art deco lamp was designed by an anonymous designer in France in the 1930s. It uses a shade and base inspired by Eckart Muthesius.
Muthesius was a man of many talents. During his long career he worked as an architect, photographer and furniture designer. Eckart Muthesius' masterpiece design was the Garden of Rubies completed for the Maharadscha of Indore. Over a four year period Muthesius integrated designs from Eileen Gray, Le Corbusier and other modern classic furniture designers into this palace. At the outbreak of World War II, Muthesius returned from India to Berlin where he continued his work as an architect for several German cities until his death in 1989.
Made in Italy.
Dimensions: H 67" Diameter 8"
Materials: Base in solid steel, shaped and chromed. Stem in chromed brass. Lamp shade in blown opaline white glass. Recommended wattage: 100W E27 bulb.
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