This elegant hand decorated table lamp is Guilia Mangani’s homage to Dionysus, God of the grape harvest and fertility. The picture of trailing vines producing a golden harvest of grapes fed by the light of this lamp.
“Where there is no wine there is no Love” according to Euripides. To own this table lamp is to bathe in the fruits of life and love every moment of the day.
A porcelain lamp base in the baluster shape, mounted on a cast brass base with stylised vine leaves and grapes wreathed on its surface. Fitted with a continental lamp fitting. The Mangani back stamp is under-glazed on the bottom of the base. Produced circa 1982; purchased direct from Mangani.
The shade in the form of a scalloped bell is in ivory silk with blue plaited edging
|State||Used; Base excellant; Shade silk faded to ivory, some very small foxing marks|
|Size||Porcelain baluster 45cm high x 17cm dia max; Brass foot 23cm spread x 2.5cm high |
Shade 33cm high x 52cm dia; Overall height shade & base 65cm