Sale price280 €
handcrafted

Alcove Verde
Violaine d'Harcourt

handcrafted
Sale price280 €
handcrafted

Indulge in the timeless elegance of Alcove Verde, a meticulously crafted ceramic wall sconce that exudes sophistication and refinement. Handmade in the heart of Portugal, this stunning piece is inspired by the architectural alcove, showcasing a beautifully enamelled finish that adds a touch of opulence to any space.

The focal point of this exquisite design is a 1W tubular bulb, delicately encased in a stylish holder that radiates a warm and inviting glow, reminiscent of the soft flicker of candlelight. The perfect blend of artistry and functionality, the dimensions of this captivating wall sconce make it an ideal choice for enhancing the ambiance and aesthetic appeal of any room.

Made to order 3 payments of 93.33 €Klarna The Oblist

Estimated Delivery 1 - 12 Weeks

About Shipping & Return Details
Violaine d'Harcourt is a lighting designer born in Paris in 1987. Since childhood, she has developed her artistic sensibility through drawing, sculpture and modeling. She then studied design and interior architecture at Camondo in Paris and then at Scuola Politecnica in Milan. After experiences in design production at Jacopo Foggini studio in Milano, Federico Churba in Buenos Aires and Galerie Kreo in Paris, she started to create her own lightings, convinced that a thoughtfully designed light can provide the extra soul needed in any living space.
Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.
33 x 12 x 7 cm

Details

33 x 12 x 7 cm

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
Final SaleThis piece is made to order. Once the order has been placed, the artist will make this unique piece for you. Non-refundable. No returns.
Please contact us if you have problems with your order.

About

Violaine d'Harcourt is a lighting designer born in Paris in 1987. Since childhood, she has developed her artistic sensibility through drawing, sculpture and modeling. She then studied design and interior architecture at Camondo in Paris and then at Scuola Politecnica in Milan. After experiences in design production at Jacopo Foggini studio in Milano, Federico Churba in Buenos Aires and Galerie Kreo in Paris, she started to create her own lightings, convinced that a thoughtfully designed light can provide the extra soul needed in any living space.

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