VAL SAINT-LAMBERT - Coupe Caluna - 2011 -
This "Caluna" coupe was designed in 2011 by Eric Delvaux on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Belgium's greatest architect ever, Victor Horta. This coupe is part of the Air & Lumière Collection which refers to a large order from VSL by Horta in 1905 for the majestic brass and clear crystal chandelier for Hotel Solvay, classified as Unesco World Heritage. Art Nouveau was the first architecture to use steel and glass to bring more space and light into the homes - hence Air & Lumière -. Léon Ledru was the then legendary artistic director of VSL who works with all the great names of Art Nouveau artists including Wolfers, Van De Velde, Serrurier-Bovy and Horta.
Coupe/bowl designed and manufactured at the Cristalleries du Val-Saint-Lambert (Seraing). In the Air & Lumière collection 1 coupe and 5 vases have been designed, each with a maximum of 10 copies. This coupe in Art Deco shape is designed in white cut and engraved clear crystal and filled with graceful, typical Art Nouveau lines in pure gold - two top Belgian styles in one object - and is a perfect match for any style.
Numbered and signed Cristalleries du Val-Saint Lambert. Original sticker "Val Saint Lambert. " Delivered in original box and with certificate of authenticity and indication 4 of 10.
24,5 cm long, 19 cm high, 8 cm wide – 9.64 inch x 7,48 inch x 3,15 inch
3,93 kg – 8,66 lb
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