Ivory ceramic table lamp Panama

Matte golden cracked ceramic table lamp large - Le Dauphin - Table lamps

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The 3 lamps Poma (small), Panam (medium) and Panama (large) are identical but in different sizes.
They are elegantly classical in ivory glossy cracked enameled ceramic enhanced by gilt patina at the top and the bottom of the light stand. They come with a light ecru shade, with gold borders at the top and the bottom.
Dimensions: total height: 71 cm - Shade diameter: 60 cm -
Light source: bulb E27 max 100 W (not included)

Product reference: 11030164
Shipped within: 3 to 4 weeks
Our Return Policy: as per French law, you can return your purchase within 14 days of the reception date, if for any reason you are unhappy with it. Please read article 10 of our Terms and Conditions for more details.
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Born and anchored in Saint-Marcellin in the Dauphiné, Le Dauphin is renowned throughout the world for its high-end lighting fixtures, a guarantee of French craftsmanship. The signature of the Dauphin: a blend of classicism and modernity of good taste that has made the brand notorious for more than 50 years. Created in 1966 by Maurice Tournu, a native of Saint-Marcellin, the small lampshade factory, rapidly diversified in lighting, was soon successful. A first factory was built in 1970. In the 1980s, more than 250 employees worked there: the brand became an international benchmark in the lighting market, the new models invented by its style office were still very much awaited: every year, a hundred new lamps renew its catalog, rich of 500 different references. Ceramics remain a sure value for the brand but new materials are used like mirror, wood and optical glass. Each year, more than 50,000 lamps come out of the workshops of Saint-Marcellin. The Dauphin defends a know-how and an idea of ​​good French taste.


Ivory ceramic table lamp Panama. Le Dauphin.