A rare and important bronze & glass table lamp by Louis Majorelle, with shades by Daum Fréres.

Louis Majorelle Daum Nancy
Table Lamp ‘Les Lilas’

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Louis Majorelle Daum Nancy <br>Table Lamp 'Les Lilas'

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Louis Majorelle Daum Nancy Table Lamp, ‘Les Lilas’, France circa 1904.
This table lamp is a rare and important piece that exemplifies the Art Nouveau style. Featuring a stunningly gilt bronze foot and three stylized glass shades, it would make a great addition to any Art Nouveau collector’s collection. The bronze body rests on three feet, connecting into a vertical stem with raised foliage and floral decoration. At the top, three branches grow, each holding a frosted glass lampshade. The shades are signed Daum Nancy and the Cross of Lorraine, with a wheel-cut signature. The violet and yellow-green glass powder sprinkled between the layers gives the shades a pastel finish.
Total height: 62.7 cm.

Literature:
Duncan, Louis Majorelle, p. 179, no. 47, Schlafzimmer-Ensemble “Les Lilas”;
Duncan, The Paris Salons, vol. V. (example in the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris 1904).

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Louis Majorelle Daum Nancy table lamp in the 'Les Lilas' room, 1904
Louis Majorelle Daum Nancy table lamp in the ‘Les Lilas’ room, 1904
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