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Replica Serge Mouille 3 Arm Chandelier
Posted By: iconiclamp
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2022
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Description of Replica Serge Mouille 3 Arm Chandelier
Serge Mouille's three-arm espada Light The Serge Mouille Editions (ESM) is the result of the meeting of his widow, Gin Mouille, and Claude Delpiroux in 1999. Located near Monthiers, in the south of Aisne, where Serge Mouille had his workshop, Serge Mouille Editions resumed the manufacturing of these lightings with the same forms, colors, dimensions, and handmade manufacturing process. In fact, Serge Mouille always refused industrial manufacturing in order to keep the particular aspect of the handmade hammering that he learned with Gabriel Lacroix.
Features of Replica Serge Mouille 3 Arm Chandelier
Ceiling lamp version of Serge Mouille's Three-Arm ceiling lamps
Kinetic, sculptural form with three rotatable arms
Masterful metalwork, including the joinery, aluminum shades, and tubular steel arms.
Black or white color available
Size H:60 D:135cm
Multi-arm and multi-light chandelier provided.
Specifications of Replica Serge Mouille 3 Arm Chandelier
Fixture Design Modern, Ceiling
Primary Material Carbon steel and brass
Color options White, black
Base type E27 / E26
Wattage Max. 40W
Number of lights 3 (not included)
Light Direction Down
Cord Length 30CM
Hanging Method Stem
Power Source Hardwired
Certificates CE, RoHs, SAA, UL
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