Lovely Art Nouveau 1920s lamp base holds an emerald green and teal silk Gish lampshade. The shade is covered in antique Spanish net lace, heavy coppery metallic lace and an antique embroidered appliqué of roses adorn the front panel. Hand beaded glass fringe embellishes the lamp.
The Ronde Pendant is Oliver Schick's first product for Gubi. The bell-shaped piece has reference to the traditional pendant lamp and the heyday of 1970s lightning design; however, in a modern interpretation.
A stately traditional Victorian wood lamp base has been hand-painted and holds a hand-dyed Carousel silk lampshade. The shade is ombre-dyed from pale gold into peachy pink. The shade is covered on the sides with gold metallic mesh and the front panels with antique metallic gold lace and then overlaid with beautiful silk appliques acquired in France. The shade has glass and hand beaded fringe in matching tones and is topped with a beautiful jeweled finial.
Van Gogh's masterpiece, interpreted in hand-cut glass. In 1889, he painted the view outside his window at Saint-Remy-de-Provence. Today, artists assemble 254 pieces of hand-cut glass in traditional Tiffany style, using the copper foil technique. Hexagonal column rests on a dark brown resin base with bronze accents. Takes a 40-watt bulb (not included). 8 1/2' wide, 15' high.