Charles stainless-steel lamps light up 70s style

From: French Technology Press Bureau
Published: Thu Oct 13 2005

The collection was immensely successful at the time and was the largest of its kind available. It has now become extremely appealing again with the return to fashion and popularity of 1970s designs. All the Charles lamps can be remade in stainless steel or in brass, with the latter available in all the Charles finishes: gold, silver, and shiny matt or black nickel.

The 100 models and original photos of the exhibitions can be downloaded at the following address: A book in PDF format containing all the photos (models and exhibitions) is also available at this address for enthusiasts and professionals alike.

About Charles

Founded in 1908, the master bronze makers Charles have produced lamps, furniture and refined decorative objects for four generations. The pieces are made entirely by hand in Paris and are of extremely high quality. Charles, known for the jewellery standard of its pieces, equips the finest residences and public buildings in France and worldwide. The company has a catalogue of 1500 models in classic, art deco and contemporary styles, many of which defined their period – INOX stainless-steel lamps and furniture in the 1970s and lamps and sculpture/jewellery items inspired by nature since the 1980s (the lamps Ananas, Pomme de pin and Feuille d’eau).

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