Desk Lamp Antique, a tin soldering process from the American Art Nouveau movement, showcases the art of piecing together various patterns. There is no repetition of these patterns; there are leaves, flowers, animals, fruits, abstract geometric shapes, everything, both artistic and subtle.
"Imagine walking indoors from a street full of heat, drinking a glass of sparkling water, picking and eating a grape from the table. At eight o'clock, still outside the window where it's not yet dark, then turn on the lights and make a pasta meal with the fresh tomatoes you bought. Know will always do more, but the long night, maybe the night can also be on the wine."
Desk Lamp Antique, more eye-catching of course, is the lamp itself, full of rustic shade through the luster, shining waves of light. The shade is like a colorful umbrella with light coming through from underneath, allowing the lamp itself to blend in with the space you're in right now.
You can arrange it in a study that may be a bit boring; or your desk, or bed, or bar at home; or anywhere u like. Trying my best to express how I feel about this kind of table lamp, hope readers like it.