A sleek but elegant, rectangular Tiffany table lamp.
The typical Mondrian style can easily be recognised in this 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 the artistic glass. The square foot of the fixture also looks really stylish in combination with the glass lampshade.
Height table lamp + E14 socket with clip: 28cm.