Limited Edition SIGNATURE COLLECTION Lampe Berger Versailles Limoges Porcelain Fragrance Lamp Made in France. Includes Gift Box. We are former Lampe Berger official dealers.
FUEL NOT INCLUDED. We no longer sell fragrance.
Made of Faiencerie de Longchamp Limoges Porcelain and signed "Tous les Trois" this work of art is part of the signature collection featuring the greatest contemporary designers. This Lampe was released in 2004 and is very hard to find. We recently found it while clearing some shelves.
As you may already know; Lampe Berger has been renowned since the 19th century for eliminating odors and purifying indoor air, killing 90+ percent of bacteria. Lampe Berger was used in French hospitals for decades for the the purpose of purifying the air.
This lamp's superb design was inspired by the palace of Versailles. The square shape and impressive size create a stunning statement piece. Light pastel blue is grounded at the base with a dark brown band, and crowned with an airy open work silver vine accented with crystal flowers. In our opinion, we believe this is the one of the most beautiful of all contemporary Lampe Berger designs.
6-3/8" high and 8-1/4" wide and deep.
2370 ml capacity
Does not include fragrance
This item comes in it's original gift box, with booklet, brand new wick in its own box and all original packing materials.
From the company now renamed Maison Berger
Designed in 1898 to purify the air in hospitals, the small catalytic lamp created by pharmacy dispenser Maurice Berger, quickly became very popular with the public. Redesigned by famous designers, embraced by leading figures from the art community (Coco Chanel, Picasso, Colette and Jean Cocteau), it was then fitted with a perfuming function and gradually became a style icon, appreciated for its sleek design and its delicate fragrances.
The Lampe Berger is a functional and attractive accessory which has spanned the years, purifying indoor air and adding an elegant or contemporary touch to every home. In view of this popularity, Maurice Berger’s successors decided to continue to embellish indoor air and developed new rituals with candles, scented bouquets and many more.