Mini portable light in white porcelain Angkor

€150
€150

Angkor mini portable lamp is handmade in white Limoges porcelain, available in matt or enamelled finish.

Dimensions: hight 10 cm x diametre 12,5 cm

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Alix D. Reynis has chosen to adapt the Angkor model, based on an ancient Khmer bell, in a smaller format. For this piece, the designer drew her inspiration from Cambodia's archaeological park, which contains the remains of over 200 temples built between the 9th and 15th centuries. The mini Angkor portable lamp brings an exotic poetry to your interior, like an invitation to travel, and will be perfectly at home in a bedroom or at the end of a sofa.

Supplied with a 3 meters power cord with a switch and a plug.

Compatible light bulb G9 - suggested power : 25W. Lightbulb sold separately in "Accessories".

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Each piece sold by Alix D. Reynis is marked with our chrome green stamp that guarantees it was entirely made in a manufacture in Limoges, France.

Product type :
Mini portable light
Collections :
Angkor
Material :
Porcelain
Place of manufacture :
France
Made in :
Paris
Manufacture :
handmade
Diametre :
12,5cm
Measures :
10cm
Light bulb type :
G9
Recommended power :
3W~25W
Electrical system :
furbish

Mini portable light in white porcelain Angkor

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Mini portable light in white porcelain Angkor

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The designer

Strong in her ambitions, creative and patient, the aesthete Alix D. Reynis became a model maker, a latent passion for a craft to which she had previously been introduced. This professional change came after the birth of her fourth child, like a realisation for the self-taught law student. Alix devoted herself to sculpture for five years and returned to the notary's office. Meanwhile, by chance, she found a job as a construction manager. The creator then oscillates between two careers, one of the heart and the other of the mind.

In 2011, she took the plunge and created her eponymous brand. A way of shaking up the professional landscape she had been given and embracing a career that made sense, the legitimate joy of working with her hands.

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