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GATTAMELATA TABLE LAMP

100% Made in Italy Design Craftsmanship

Gattamelata in the new collection of Design Table Lamps created by Federico Boschetto for the Plasterego® brand and made entirely in the Plasterego® laboratories.
This Design Table Lamp boasts a fiber-reinforced PLASTER base, depicting the face of the famous leader, entirely made and finished by hand. An elegant lampshade in rayon viscose and pvc canvas, created by skilled artisanal hands, enriches the Table Lamp, delicately diffusing the light.
he craftsmanship of this table lamp allows it to be customized in 7 different shades of colors, both for the base and for the lampshade, giving rise to 49 exciting variations!

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Make your rooms unique with the emotion of colors and the warmth of diffused light

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GATTAMELATA LAMP

MATERIALS - Plaster base made and hand painted - Lampshade in rayon viscose and pvc canvas - DIMENSIONS - Height 66 cm, Width 40 cm, Support Base 15 cm. See technical drawing LIGHT SOURCE - 220-240v 50/60Hz Max 75W E27 CERTIFIED EN 60598-1:2015 - EN60598-2-4:2018
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The colors presented, are susceptible to slight differences in shades due to the production process and color reproduction in the various media (paper and digital). These differences in tone cannot give rise to disputes.

0191350

GATTAMELATA LAMP

MATERIALS - Plaster base made and hand painted - Lampshade in rayon viscose and pvc canvas - DIMENSIONS - Height 66 cm, Width 40 cm, Support Base 15 cm. See technical drawing LIGHT SOURCE - 220-240v 50/60Hz Max 75W E27 CERTIFIED EN 60598-1:2015 - EN60598-2-4:2018

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Why did we choose the face of Gattamelata as the colored plaster base of our Plasterego® Design Table Lamp?

Erasmo da Narni, known as the “Gattamelata”, was a leader and captain general of the Republic of Venice, born in 1370 and died in Padua in 1443. Famous not only for his military exploits, but also for the equestrian statue in bronze, made by Donatello, and currently exhibited near the Basilica of Sant’Antonio in Padua.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, Donatello’s work was among the first bronze castings made with the lost wax technique, a technique introduced in the Bronze Age and flourished in Greek and Roman art. After six years of attempts and hard work (1447-53), Donatello managed to create a masterpiece, among the greatest of the Renaissance and considered by many to be the most beautiful equestrian statue of all time together with the five horses of the Basilica of San Marco in Venice.

Gattamelata represents for us a strong link with our territory and with Italian art.

A table lamp that pays homage to the Italian Renaissance. Unique and elegant objects made entirely by hand by our craftsmen in the Plasterego® laboratory.