The Manueline style, also known as the Portuguese late Gothic, is a decorative and sculptural style of the XVII Century associated with the reign of the Portuguese King D. Manuel I. Bessa was inspired by the Manueline style furniture to create a piece with a stylized foot that reminds the ornamented furniture of the time. This piece stands out for its simplicity while keeping the soul of the Manueline style. The refinement of this piece is in the crafted gold leaf both in the metallic foot and in the acrylic lamp. The manually crafted tassel is a singular detail that fits perfectly with the piece and carries the richness and elegance of the Manueline period.
Materials: Brass foot and wrinkled gold leaf, acrylic lampshade, high gloss varnish.
Dimensions: W 29cm (11.42"), H 170cm (66.93"), D 29cm (11.42")