Vintage table lamp

Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp
Vintage table lamp

Vintage table lamp in Louis XIV style. Porcelain, painting, gilding. Lampshade - fabric. France, XX century.


The Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory is one of the most famous European porcelain factories. Initially, since 1740, the production was located in the suburb of Paris, Vincennes, and was under the auspices of Louis XV and Madame de Pompadour. In 1756, the factory was moved to Sevres and three years later it was given the status of a royal porcelain manufactory. The best European artists, carvers and fashion designers were invited to the factory, constantly improving and complicating the shape of products, painting, inventing new colors: “yellow daffodil”, “royal blue”, “pink pompadour”. The active support of the king allowed the factory to create real works of art that are valued to this day.