This Parabola glass shade is made according to the Tiffany technique. However, the glass is heated and bent in the oven. A beautiful flowing shape has been created!
Expressionist, curved lines, pointed corners and exuberant, decorative elements: some characteristics of the Amsterdam School style. This unique Tiffany glass lampshade is inspired by this innovative art movement, which manifested itself between ca. 1910-1940. The Amsterdam School is also seen as the Dutch variant of the Art Deco style. The parabolic shape is a commonly used shape within the Amsterdam School style and has therefore been taken as the starting point for the design. The unusual shape makes the lamp a real eye-catcher with the warm tones of mother-of-pearl, cream and brown (with a touch of deep purple) as a beautiful combination.
The bronze spot has a hinge and can be rotated 350 degrees! A painting, a plant, a cupboard, an ornament or simply a dark corner can now be optimally illuminated.
Super handy on the wall, on the ceiling, on and behind a beam.
Any desired light source can be turned in the E-27 fitting.
For a clear light beam to highlight something specific, you can choose a special dimmable LED spotlight.