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The turquoise BEE table lamp is crafted from hand-formed glass. A product with a timeless, elegant, and full form in an impenetrable turquoise color. The lamp’s base is crowned with a beige textile lampshade.
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The turquoise BEE table lamp is part of the OCEAN lighting collection—a collection that is plastic, impenetrable, and painterly, just like ocean water. The air bubbles submerged in turquoise glass add lightness to the glass elements, and the fine specks create a unique story of ocean currents.
The transparency of the turquoise BEE table lamp allows light to enter the interior, enveloping it in warmth and radiance. The color of the glass, subtle and delicate, gives the lamp an elegant and classical appearance. The discerning eye will surely notice beautiful reflections forming on the surface of the shade. It will perceive different color intensities, which gradiently dissolve in various parts of the lamp. The color becomes more intense at the base or the upper part, and lighter in the middle. The mesmerizing turquoise color is the result of using a special pigment. It produces phenomenal effects in the form of air bubbles submerged in the thickness of the glass. In each specimen, they are arranged differently, with varying intensity, sometimes larger, sometimes smaller, indicating manual production.
The composition of the turquoise BEE table lamp is complemented by a large, stylish lampshade. The lampshade is made of linen fabric, exhibiting the characteristic weave of this material, particularly pronounced in the evening when the interior of the shade is illuminated by the lamp’s light. The designer character of the product is evident in the black cord inside the lamp, encased in textile braiding.
The turquoise BEE table lamp, like all Gie El products, is entirely made in Poland on request. The glass base of the lamp is handcrafted by glassmakers who have been cultivating their craft for generations. The time to create the glass base is several hours. It is a time when work begins with molten glass until the moment when, after removing the shade from the annealing furnace, it undergoes mechanical processing. Then, the lamp is manually assembled with a delicate lampshade and electrical equipment. Each specimen of this lamp goes through the hands of a craftsman, and each lamp is unique.
Maria i Jacek Rypuła
Architects and designers. Founders of the Gie El brand. Visionaries of light and sculptural forms. Creators of original chandeliers and light installations. They bring emotions and stories hidden in the unique forms of lamps into the interior.