Jardin Marjorelle Peacock Lamp
Antique metal table lamp with exotic scroll motifs has been hand painted and holds a hand-dyed Jardin Marjorelle Peacock silk lampshade. The shade is dyed from watery green and blue with accent colors of orange, turquoise and of course the famous Marjorelle Blue. The shade is covered with antique textiles including antique silk burnout velvet and 1920s net embroidery. The front panel features a regal vintage peacock appliqué from India who perches on a branch with flowers over an arrangement of antique appliqués.
Ornate style finial crowns the top of the lamp. The shade has hand-beaded fringe in gold, blue, turquoise green and special Marjorelle Blue bohemian style beads. A jeweled pull chain finishes off the lamp!
Overall height is 26 inches to the top of the finial.
Shade dimensions are approximately 17 x 10 inches.
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The Majorelle Gardens is a two and half acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech, Morocco. It was designed by the French artist, Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) who earned a reputation as a celebrated Orientalist painter. Though Majorelle's watercolors are largely forgotten today, the gardens remain as his creative masterpiece. The special shade of bold cobalt blue, inspired by the colored tiles he had seen around Marrakech and in Berber burn-houses, was used extensively in the garden and its buildings and is named after him, bleu Majorelle—Majorelle Blue.