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modèle Maharadscha

Clean, uncluttered lines, squares, rectangles and cuboids make up this timeless and elegant fixture.

The model owes its name to the Maharaja of Indore - Yeswant Rao Holkar.

Between 1926 and 1930, he commissioned the young German architect Eckart Muthesius to design a modern, western Art  Deco palace - the "Manik Bagh Palace", the epitome of luxury and purism.

The history

In the process, Muthesius cooperated with the Art Deco icons of his time: Eileen Gray, Louis Sognot, Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Alix and Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann. The result was an architectural masterpiece.

Our model's source of inspiration was sold to fashion icon Yves Saint Laurent after his time in India and finally - after his death - auctioned off for 2.5 million euros.

Our tribute is meant to make history tangible and bring to life the legacy of the Maharajah as well as the legacy of Muthesius.

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  • Created by hand from in-house manufacture

  • Dimensions: Height: 190 cm (with tip)  Height: 170 cm (without tip)

  • Dimmable: Yes - Lighting: 2x E27

  • This lamp is compatible with bulbs of energy classes A++, A+, A, B, C, D and E, as well as all LED bulbs with compatible sockets

  • The luminaire is supplied in nickel as standard; customization is by arrangement and is possible.

Care Instructions

This luminaire is made by hand with elaborate and careful work. In order for it to give you lasting pleasure, proper care is essential.
Use only mild cleaners in combination with a soft and lint-free cloth. Avoid strong pressure and scrubbing movements on the paintwork.
Should the shine of your product diminish due to strong humidity, you can remedy the situation with a mild chrome polish. The luminaire will thank you and reward you with lasting beauty.

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