Solidaire Petrolette Lamp

69,00 €

Thomas Delalande pour La Chaise Française


Faithful to its values of authenticity and its philosophy of Made in France, the team of the French Chair offers us a new solidarity creation ! Discover this lamp in pre-order, the profits of which will be donated to the association "Les Blouses roses" which helps Ephad !

Quantity :

Dimensions : Height 27 cm - Foot diameter 14 cm

Colors : Leg : natural wood - Shade : Multicolor

Materials : beech wood (Jura - Pefc), lampshade : strip of fabric glued on white polyphane.

Informations : entirely made in France, Easy maintenance, E14 base - lamp in pre-order, delivery after health crisis. Do not hesitate to contact us at

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- STANDARD SHIPMENTS in France with Colissimo (2-3 days) : 6,5 €

- INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS (EUROPE) with colissimo : 15 €

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- Pre Order - Shipping after the sanitary crisis

History of the product

The dynamic team of the French Chair nosu offers, in these troubled times of confinement, a lamp fruit of an intelligent and soldiery initiative. The Nantes designer Thomas Delalande presents a colorful and design creation, made entirely in France, wooden base and equipped with a graphic lampshade available in two versions, "dreamlike travel" and "The awakening of birds".

A beautiful message of solidarity for this creation available for pre-order and whose profits will be donated to the association "Les Blouses roses" which intervenes in Ephad.

The designer

Thomas Delalande is a young artist from Nantes. Self-taught, he became passionate about drawing very early and grew up in a family where creation is second nature. An explosion of colors: this is what emerges from the viewer's gaze when observing his work.

His colorful and graphic universe gives him the opportunity to play with forms, reliefs and a real mastery of pigments on horseback between narrative figuration and the tangy work of Ettore Sottsass. "I am naturally positive. I always see the bright side. I (almost) always smile, and this is what I would like to convey with my paintings, a touch of good humor in the face of the gloomy mood ... "

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