In celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the table lamp Fontana, an unusual total Black version was produced in 2014 - A precious lamp (also known as 1853) that pays tribute to the creative genius of Max Ingrand. The glass-working technique used for this black blown glass version makes the lamp even more exquisite.Read More...
In celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the table lamp Fontana, an unusual total Black version was produced in 2014 - A precious lamp (also known as 1853) that pays tribute to the creative genius of Max Ingrand. The glass-working technique used for this black blown glass version makes the lamp even more exquisite.
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|Name||Fontana Black Edition Table Lamp Medium|
|Product Code||1853/N HAL|
|Family Name||Fontana Total Black|
|Indoor / Outdoor||Indoor|
|Net Weight||3.7 Kg|
|Dimensions||Lamp Diameter: 12.59 inch, Lamp Height: 20.86 inch|
|Wattage||1x GLS 100W E-27 + 2x GLS 25W E-14|
|Bulb Base||E27 & E14|
|Material||Table lamp with dual controls. Metal frame with black finish. Shade and base in black blown glass. Black power cable, plug and switch.|
A famous French master glass worker and decorator, Max Ingrand was artistic director of FontanaArte for one decade, starting from 1954. During that time, he came up with true design classics, such as the Fontana table lamp, still one of the best selling products for the company that bears its name. He studied at the school of Fine Arts in Paris, specialising in the decorative Arts, under the guidance of major artists such as Jacques Grüber and Charles Lemaresquier. He produced a great number of stained glass panels for religious buildings, hotels and public places, and was awarded the French Legion of Honour.View All Products