Luxury, glamor and an abundance of charm and character. This luminous sculpture, which glorifies the female figure in the rays of flattering light, is made in the Art Deco style - the famous 1920s style of fine art, architecture and design.
This is an interpretation of the famous lamp by the American sculptor Arthur Von Frankenberg, who worked in New York as an artist and sculptor in the first decades of the 20th century. He became famous for his Art Deco decorative accessories such as lamps, ashtrays, vases and candlesticks.
Inspired by the Art Deco era, the magnificent table lamp is perfect for any lover of elegance and has the charm of a work of art with its own history and interpretation.
Compared to the original lamp, I completely redesigned the stand and made a housing for the electric holder for the E14 base. I made a figurine of a girl with more detail, in four versions (turned to the right or left, dressed or naked). Changed the lamp shield mount. In my version, the shield is attached directly to the Lamp Holder Housing with two thin stands, and the girl holds it with her hands without screws.
Height 227 mm
Width 139 mm
Depth 83 mm
If necessary, I will be happy to make this lamp of a different size and for other electrical fittings
Plastic consumption (including support):
Figurine - 84 grams
Lamp Shade - 35 grams
Lamp Holder Housing and Platform - 60 grams
In addition to the printed parts, for the assembly of Art Deco Lamp 1 you will need:
M4x16 countersunk flat head - 2 pieces
Pins Ø1 ... 1.5x10 - 2 pieces
Curved pin in accordance with the sketch - 1 piece
Electric cable with switch and plug - 1 piece
E14 Plastic Lamp Holder - 1 piece
E14 LED Lamp - 1 piece
Post-processing: grinding, chemical polishing with ethyl acetate.
Coloring: acrylic enamels and polyurethane varnish. It was painted with a brush.
ADL1-LampShadeSup.stl file with built-in support without including support in the slicer.
ADL1-PlatformSup.stl file with reinforced attachments to the working platform.