- Creator / Artist / Designer:Liane Rougier
- Issuer / Manufacturer:Maison Rougier
- Period:20th century, 20th century - 1960 to 1980, 20th century - Mid-century
- Country of Origin:France
- Dimensions (H x W x D):40cm x 70cm x 60cm
- Weight:10 Kg
- Number of components:1
- Condition:good ( small 5 mm gap , see picture )
- Style:Design, Hollywood Regency
- Materials:Organic, Mother of pearl, Synthetic
Very qualitative table lamp representing a giant tridacne shell or giant giant clam (Tridacna gigas).
Leg in brushed brass and polished brass.
Lift the top and the pearl to change the bulb.
Very good condition (note a single blow on a ledge on the right side, see photo detail)
Liane Rougier, one of the first designers to use PERPEX (also called Methacrylate) NACRE in the 1960s / 70s.
Liane Rougier and Roger Rougier worked for MAISON ROUGIER in France in the spirit of Maison Bagues, Maison Charles, Maison Jansen.