Scooter silver Art Deco table lamp

Chrome and opal glass mushroom table lamp - Lucien Gau - Table lamps

Price: 762.00

A pure Art Deco shape for the Scooter table lamp with its opal glass mushroom shade and conical chrome base. The model is composed of a round base surmounted by a conical base with a superb chrome finish that gives this mirror effect, crowned by a beautiful round bell-shaped shade whose characteristic Art Deco shape recalls that of an opal glass mushroom topped by a small metal ball.
Lucien Gau, heir to a Parisian bronze workshop that has been in business since the 19th century, demonstrates year after year his exceptional craftsmanship, built up and handed down from generation to generation, in the restoration, conservation and reproduction of lamps using techniques faithful to the period in which they originate.
Dimensions: 40cm high, 28.5cm diameter.
The light source is an E27 halogen or LED bulb, to be purchased separately.

Product reference: 22050084
Shipped within: 3 to 4 weeks
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Lucien Gau

Sublime classic style lighting, solid bronze and bohemian crystal

Founded in 1934, Lucien Gau is one of France's most prestigious lighting manufacturers. In particular, Lucien Gau designs and manufactures an exceptional range of chandeliers, sconces and candlesticks in the Dutch, Louis XIII, Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI, Directory, Empire and Restoration styles. The manufacture, of exceptional quality, is carried out entirely in France. The craftsmen employed by Lucien Gau work, finish, assemble and patinate solid bronze using the most traditional methods, inherited from a long tradition of excellence. The bronzes are cast in the traditional way: for each model, the craftsmen model the parts of a lamp, a reference copy. For each copy of this model, a sand mould is made into which the cast bronze is poured. The mould, which is broken when it is removed, is used only once. This process gives a unique finesse and allows great freedom of design. Once cooled and removed from the mould, each piece undergoes a long process of finishing: deburring, turning, chiseling fine ornamental motifs, polishing and patinating are all done by hand and require a unique know-how. The most commonly used patinas are old gold, matt tin, bright gold and antique. Lucien Gau's collections include luminaires of great elegance and balanced forms. Whether a masterful chandelier or a discreet appliqué, each model has the same manufacturing quality. Lucien Gau has illuminated many exceptional buildings, castles, ministries and palaces all over the world. Really Beautiful is proud to present such a collection of luminaires of exemplary design and quality.

Scooter silver Art Deco table lamp . Lucien Gau.