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Max Ingrand, ‘Rare Three-Cone Pendant No. 2126’, ca. 1961, Donzella LTD
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Rare Three-Cone Pendant No. 2126, ca. 1961

Spun-brass in a brushed nickel finish
42 × 22 × 22 in
106.7 × 55.9 × 55.9 cm
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Location
New York
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Donzella LTD
New York

Beautiful ceiling lamp produced by Fontana Arte and featuring three spun-brass cones in a brushed …

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Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte
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Max Ingrand
French, 1908–1969
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Creating forward-thinking and innovative pieces of furniture years before his time, French stained glass designer and decorator Max Ingrand created design classics such as the Fontana table lamp, a bulbous white-painted metal frame with a satin white blown glass shade and globe. The Italian contemporary lighting company FontanaArte, of which he was the Art Director, produced many of his iconic works. Greatly inspired by the Middle Ages, Ingrand’s designs were reminiscent of the past yet relevant to the present, using modern materials such as metal and glass. Besides furniture designs, he also produced stained glass panels for religious buildings, hotels, and public spaces, including the Nôtre Dame du Pré cathedral at Le Mans and the Chenonceau Castle.

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Beautiful ceiling lamp produced by Fontana Arte and featuring three spun-brass cones in a brushed nickel finish. Each cone conceals one interior Edison socket and is capped by a faceted crystal diffuser. Overall height of this fixture is easily adjustable by extending or shortening the cord. Excellent condition. New …

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Max Ingrand for Fontana Arte
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Max Ingrand
French, 1908–1969
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Creating forward-thinking and innovative pieces of furniture years before his time, French stained glass designer and decorator Max Ingrand created design classics such as the Fontana table lamp, a bulbous white-painted metal frame with a satin white blown glass shade and globe. The Italian contemporary lighting company FontanaArte, of which he was the Art Director, produced many of his iconic works. Greatly inspired by the Middle Ages, Ingrand’s designs were reminiscent of the past yet relevant to the present, using modern materials such as metal and glass. Besides furniture designs, he also produced stained glass panels for religious buildings, hotels, and public spaces, including the Nôtre Dame du Pré cathedral at Le Mans and the Chenonceau Castle.

Rare Three-Cone Pendant No. 2126, ca. 1961

Spun-brass in a brushed nickel finish
42 × 22 × 22 in
106.7 × 55.9 × 55.9 cm
Sold
Location
New York
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