Wall lamp in porcelain and brass Bonaparte


Wall lamp Bonaparte in white Limoges porcelain and brass with enamelled finish.

Lampshade : 9,4 cm diametre : 10,2 cm Brass support: Diametre : 10,3cm Hight without rod: 6cm Hight with rod: 20cm

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Our Bonaparte wall lamp was born out of the search for the ideal wall lamp, designed to bring a touch of elegance and refinement to your interior. Imagined by our passionate designer, this wall lamp embodies the perfect union between solid brass and porcelain, for a result that is both delicate and versatile. The porcelain, handcrafted by Limoges artisans, gives the lampshade a unique brightness and transparency that cannot be imitated by any other material. The enamelled finish, specially designed for kitchens, offers a protective layer that greatly facilitates the cleaning of this exceptional piece. With its timeless design and artisanal production, our Bonaparte wall lamp will bring a touch of poetry and refinement to your interior for many years to come.

The finished appearance of the brass and its staking bear witness to the craftsman's handiwork, as each of our bases is sculpted and polished by hand.

Lampshade : 9,4 cm diametre : 10,2 cm Brass support: Diametre : 10,3cm Hight without rod: 6cm Hight with rod: 20cm

Compatible light bulb G9 - suggested power : 3~25W. Lightbulb sold separetly in "Accessories".

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

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Wall lamp in porcelain and brass Bonaparte

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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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