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€950
MAGENTA purpurine lamp, with its high red hair dress, will make the heart beat of your interior.
  • Material : Rattan / Synthetic hair
  • Color : Bordeaux and bright red
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MAGENTA purpurine lamp, with its high red hair dress, will make the heart beat of your interior.

  • Type precision : table lamp
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Lamp bulb supplied : Yes
  • Number of lights : 1
  • Dimensions : H 40 cm x W 20 cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Vintage rattan structure painted red, dressed with assorted synthetic hair. New electrical system, twisted fabric cable, switch.

I use the fewest possible nodes because I find that they "break" the line that I wish the purest possible while accounting for the form wanted to best describe, in this case, the species of bird desired. Here, the body of the nuthatch is made from a single wire. This small series is designed following the same lines, however, like any handmade creation, small subtle differences can be observed ... guaranteeing the craft creation.

Dusting with a hair dryer. Neat packaging. Domestic and international shipping by DHL or TNT.

Craftsman
Micki Chomicki Hair Brut & Wig design

Originally, it is a rigorous selection of vintage rattan objects, privileged for the originality of their shapes, frameworks that are conducive to the work of the hair. Woven, interlaced, braided, twisted, spiked, knotted, the patterns in hair echo the lines of the rattan stems. The works of the Rattan Project are unique pieces made in a Parisian art studio, and they have been designed to retain their functional use. Each has a personality and a story of its own. They will seduce the amateurs of rare objects, Art Brut, cabinets of curiosities. Surprising creations midway between the plant and the animal, the reinvented objects become works to caress the eye as well as the hand.