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€1,000
Suspension 3 pieces. 2 "fingerprint" lamps in white and colored glass. 1 transparent "Lagoon" pendant light. Unique piece. Other color and other models ...
  • Material : opaque and transparent hand-blown glass
  • Color : lagoon green and white glass embellished with lagoon green and black decor
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Ceiling light Lagon

FLORENCE LEMOINE

€1,000

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Suspension 3 pieces. 2 "fingerprint" lamps in white and colored glass. 1 transparent "Lagoon" pendant light. Unique piece. Other color and other models on request.

  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Lamp bulb supplied : No
  • Number of lights : 3
  • Dimensions : Suspension supplied with a white ceiling rose 40cm in diameter. Approx. 3 kg, adjustable in height. Black cable.Sold without E27 bulb.
  • Suitable for outside use : No

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

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Florence Lemoine is an art glassmaker. His works, light, subtle and imbued with poetry, are the result of a long process of research around this molten glass. His creations sow confusion between senses and matter. Mastery and chance come close and intermingle to marry nature and contemporary art. "Textures, materials ... I play with glass to give it surprising and sometimes deceptive appearances .... The material is attacked, cracked, sometimes mistreated to the point of breaking ... Transparent like water glass can be as black as lava or coal. Smooth and soft, it is also rough, sharp, sharp. Liquid like honey, it becomes solid like rock. It breaks like nothing or crosses the ages ... This duality leads me towards unsuspected paths that I enjoy exploring. The material guides me, more often than I constrain it, towards works imbued with poetry, close to nature and man. "