Sabrina Landini (Designer)
Daisy floor standing lamp , inspiration daisy flower in its simplicity and pureness, transparent silk tights organdy shade with a design elegant details of silvered glass quatrefoil with silvered irregular edges wow sabrina landini mood, soft style, modern lamp with a vintage american inspiration fifties, colors are for original and chic home decor , bamboo bronze metal satin finishing
It will take 3-4 weeks to make this piece
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About the Maker
It is in the heart of Pietrasanta, a hundred meters from the beautiful Piazza del Duomo and in the shadows of the immense Michelangelo Buonarroti bell tower where you will find Sabrina Landini, warmly welcoming you to her new Atelier & Gallery. It’s here in her Atelier that she designs her unique, original and creative objects. Mirrors, lamps, chairs and tables – each piece signed by its creator, Sabrina. In addition to her Pietrasanta Gallery you can find Sabrina’s pieces in her hand selected locations around the world: London, Paris, Milan, Amsterdam, Dubai, Moscow, New York. The painstaking attention to detail and research of materials is obsessive: crystals, silks and elegant papers, silver, precious stones and metals. Pure and rare materials with distinctive qualities in their own right have been discovered and then sourced during Sabrina’s extensive travels. Designed and imagined by Sabrina, each and every piece is manufactured and assembled with the help of carefully selected Tuscan artisans. Each a master of his trade and all striving to keep the richness of their art form alive. It is for these very reasons why Sabrina’s “beauxobjets” are unique. Completely unrepeatable. Welcome to Sabrina’s world.
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