Gustave Reynaud
(Le Mûrier) pair of lamps

€ 950 EUR

 

Delightfully rustic pair of lamps decorated with a bird flanked with plant motifs and a flower on the opposite panel, both in Reynaud's trademark blue hue.

Gustave Reynaud (1915-1972) founded the pottery, Le Mûrier (Mulberry Tree), in Vallauris, France in 1955. He worked in conjunction with his well known brother-in-law, Jean Derval, and Michel Barbier. They produced vases, lamps, wall plaques and anthropomorphic jugs.

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DESIGNER: Gustave Reynaud

PERIOD: 50’s

ORIGIN: France

STYLE: Mid Century / Retro

MATERIAL: Ceramic

PLUG: European Plug (up to 250V)

LAMP HOLDER: E27 standard screw light bulb cap

CONDITION: In excellent condition. No defects and no restorations. In working order

DIMENSIONS: H 33,5 cm x Dm 11,5 cm

WEIGHT: 2800 grs

PRODUCT CODE: 20TL071

Please note that the shade is not included.

More pictures available upon request.

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SHIPPING: Ships from Paris by Chronopst and rates may vary by destination and complexity (D+1 in France - 2/4 days in Europe). You will receive a tracking number to follow the shipping status.
Free delivery for Paris intra-muros by appointment (signature is required at delivery).
Customs duties and taxes may apply and are your responsibility.

RETURNS: Items can be returned within 14 days of delivery. For more information, please check SHIPPING & RETURNS.

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