A sleek but elegant, rectangular Tiffany glass lampshade.
The typical Mondrian style can easily be recognised in this table lamp. The work of Piet Mondrian (1872 – 1944) sets itself apart by its abstract-geometrical language of shapes and the division of planes. Even though Mondrian was known for his use of primary colours, he used the ‘non-colours’ grey, black and white just as often. These are the shades that can be seen in this artistic Tiffany lamp.
Also looks great in a windowsill or on a mantelpiece.
Fitted with 1 x E-14 socket.