Taliesin Lamp by Frank Lloyd Wright
Beautifully crafted Taliesin Lamp by Frank Lloyd Wright, produced by Yamagiwa Japan under licence since 1985 by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.
‘Taliesin’ is the name of Frank Lloyd Wrights desert home in Arizona, now home to his Architecture School and Foundation. The lamp was designed in 1923 for the bedside tables inspired by a ‘sheltering pagoda’ . He loved the lamps so much he created this floor version in 1955. Made from Cherrywood with solid brass fittings and Japanese paper shade.
DC Stylist: Great in 70s era homes which feature FLWright elements such as exposed brick and beamed ceilings. Enjoy this magazine shoot at Taliesin courtesy Town&Country mag.
DC Collector: The lamp wears the official Yamagiwa plaque with serial number.
DC Insider: Purchased around 10 years ago from Euroluce Melbourne.
- Dimensions: H 124cm W 38cm D 43cm
- Condition: 4/5
- Frank Lloyd Wright