Le Verre Français – Art Deco table lamp in the “Coprin” motif – 1923 / 1926

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Manufacturer: Le Verre Français – Charles Schneider

Motif: Coprin

Style: Art Deco

Material: Molded and free-formed glass, reduced, improved pontil

Color: Cream white with turquoise inclusions, burgundy and red

Period: 1920 – 1929


This elegant table lamp was manufactured by Charles Schneider under the line of “Le Verre Français” in a very successful decor namely, “Coprin” which is the French name for the mushroom Coprinus.

The table lamp is made of two parts, namely the base and the lampshade. The base of the body is decorated all around with engraved small mushrooms and large mushrooms around the belly of the body. The lampshade is decorated with an identical decoration and is mounted on a metal frame that is attached to the collar of the body. The body of the table lamp is equipped with lighting, which gives a very elegant effect when the lamp is illuminated.

The table lamp is signed on the top of the foot with “Le Verre Français”.


Height: 350mm / 13.78”

Diameter lampshade: 180mm / 7.08”

Diameter base: 120mm / 4.72”

Condition: Mint


Charles Schneider – Le Verre Français / Charder – Marie Christine Joulin & Gerold Maier. Page 131.

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