|Champs-élysées chandelier in gold luster crystal, gilded finish (3 tiers)|
Size : H 24. 21" x d 33. 07" (h 61,5 cm x d 84 cm)
Detail : - gold luster crystal, gilded finish (3 tiers)
- dimensions: H 24. 21" x d 33. 07" (h 61,5 cm x d 84 cm)
- weight: 121. 25 lbs (55 kg)
- minimum drop: 27. 56" (70 cm)
- eighteen e12 or e14 led bulbs
- this luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes a++, a+, a, b, c, d et e
- the luminaire is sold with a bulb of the energy class: D
- handcrafted in france
- designed by marc Lalique, 1957
Collection : Champs-élysées
Brand : Lalique
Reference : 10545200
Delievry time (adverage) : 3 - 4 weeks
The champs-élysées collection: From the sconce to the monumental chandelier, Lalique was inspired by the champs-élysées bowl designed in 1951 by marc Lalique to create this lighting collection. The finely veined leaves are reminiscent of the sumptuous alleys of plane-trees that run alongside the "most beautiful avenue of the world". Through these pieces, it is almost as if the soul of paris was captured, frozen in crystal.
Through a mysterious alchemy, the light shining through the purity of the crystal creates ever changing reflections, making every piece unique.
|Product : Chandelier Lalique|
Collection : Champs-élysées
Material : Gold luster crystal, gilded finish (3 tiers)
Product size : H 24. 21" x d 33. 07" (h 61,5 cm x d 84 cm)
Lalique history :
A unique and exceptional history, style and know how
Reproduce the emotion of the artist, through work of crystal sculpture and a set of lights . . . .
. Revolutionary artist, jeweler famous of the belle epoque, favorite of sarah bernhardt, admired by gallé, rené Lalique aroused extraordinary enthusiasm in the world called the "rodin of transparencies" by maurice rostand, Lalique has succeeded in creating an art timeless and graceful resounding success.
Exceptional jeweller and great master of glass, rené Lalique is among the leading designers of the art nouveau and art deco.
Since 1921, the manufacture located in alsace, area renowned for its glassmaking, has perpetuated a traditional know-how. The human hand that of both artist and craftsman, marks every object of its print and its strength, which convey this “immaterial” presence
Know-how : The Lalique style comes from an artistic gesture, outlining a drawing in total osmosis with crystal, a style that one easily recognizes through the manual modeling of the shapes and patterns, as if sculptured, the richness of the figurative details, the different types of finishing which create this characteristic contrast of clear and matt crystal. Fueled by the creativity of a line of artists out of the ordinary, the universe Lalique has a rich expertise that comes from tableware to decorating, the jewelry to perfumes.