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Moroccan silver wall lamp Yusra
Moroccan silver wall lamp Yusra
€49.95 * €69.90 *
Egyptian lamp Assiut D27
Egyptian lamp Assiut D27
€89.00 * €189.00 *
Orient ceiling light Saham D18
Orient ceiling light Saham D18
€89.90 * €149.90 *
Orient ceiling light Maskat D18
Orient ceiling light Maskat D18
€89.90 * €149.90 *
Oriental pendant lamp Gizeh D21
Oriental pendant lamp Gizeh D21
€89.90 * €119.90 *
Oriental lamp Sues D22
Oriental lamp Sues D22
€89.95 *
Oriental lamp Assur D18
Oriental lamp Assur D18
€89.95 *
Orientalische-Lampe-Rania-D18
Oriental lamp Rania D18
€89.95 *
Orient ceiling light Maskat D22
Orient ceiling light Maskat D22
€99.90 * €199.90 *
Moroccan lamp Naouma Samak D17
Moroccan lamp Naouma Samak D17
€99.95 * €199.00 *
Moroccan silver lamp Daye
Moroccan silver lamp Daye
€109.00 *
Orient Stehlampe Buhaira D32
Orient Stehlampe Buhaira D32
€119.90 * €179.00 *
Egyptian lamp Assiut D33
Egyptian lamp Assiut D33
€119.95 * €259.00 *
Oriental lamp Rania D22
Oriental lamp Rania D22
€129.00 *
Oriental lamp Alia Sada D20
Oriental lamp Alia Sada D20
€129.00 *
Oriental lamp Assur D22
Oriental lamp Assur D22
€129.00 *
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Silber Lampen

Experts immediately see the difference: genuine oriental lamps are not mass-produced goods, but the result of skilled craftsmanship. Moroccan artisans prefer real brass as the material to be subsequently either antiqued or refined in a dip of matt shimmering silver.

 

But before that, they work on the lampshade with the utmost care: one of the most popular techniques is to carve out graphic patterns by perforating the surrounding area. In a second work step, the remaining surfaces are even decorated. Thus, engraved leaves, tendrils or pearl ribbons are subsequently visible. Other silver lamps appear to be composed of hundreds of small triangles. In reality, however, the recesses were hammered out in hours of manual labor using a hammer and chisel.

 

Casa-Moro silver hanging lamps range from models in traditional lantern shape with colorful glass inserts or oriental tendril and star motifs to modern versions in bulb, balloon or teardrop shape with abstract patterns. What they all have in common is the wonderful play of shadows created by the illuminant on the walls. With an oriental silver lamp, you can experience the enchanted splendor of the Orient in your own four walls.

Experts immediately see the difference: genuine oriental lamps are not mass-produced goods, but the result of skilled craftsmanship. Moroccan artisans prefer real brass as the material to be... read more »
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Silber Lampen

Experts immediately see the difference: genuine oriental lamps are not mass-produced goods, but the result of skilled craftsmanship. Moroccan artisans prefer real brass as the material to be subsequently either antiqued or refined in a dip of matt shimmering silver.

 

But before that, they work on the lampshade with the utmost care: one of the most popular techniques is to carve out graphic patterns by perforating the surrounding area. In a second work step, the remaining surfaces are even decorated. Thus, engraved leaves, tendrils or pearl ribbons are subsequently visible. Other silver lamps appear to be composed of hundreds of small triangles. In reality, however, the recesses were hammered out in hours of manual labor using a hammer and chisel.

 

Casa-Moro silver hanging lamps range from models in traditional lantern shape with colorful glass inserts or oriental tendril and star motifs to modern versions in bulb, balloon or teardrop shape with abstract patterns. What they all have in common is the wonderful play of shadows created by the illuminant on the walls. With an oriental silver lamp, you can experience the enchanted splendor of the Orient in your own four walls.