Portable light in white porcelain Charlie


Charlie portable lamp handmade in Limoges white porcelain with matt or enamelled finish.

Dimensions: hight 15 cm x diametre 20,5 cm

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This Charlie portable light will bring simplicity and modernity to your interior. Its simple lines anchor this fixture in the modernity of our time. Named Charlie in homage to Chaplin, the magnificent hero of "Modern Times." Handcrafted in Limoges, the matte finish of the biscuit will provide a soft and diffused light, just as the porcelain will allow you to obtain this unique transparency. With its gold or linen cord finish, you can customize it to best match your interior.

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

Compatible light bulb E14 - suggested power : 40W. Lightbulb sold separately in "Accessories".

For USA, Canada and Mexico: E12 - socket certified UL.

Ceiling rose sold separately in "Accessories".

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.

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Portable light in white porcelain Charlie

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Portable light in white porcelain Charlie


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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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