Concubine Imperiale Silk Pendant. The lamp features a triangle-square pattern, binding it with fiery red threads. The Fortuny Concubine Imperiale silk lamp, or imperial concubine, evokes the allure of Oriental culture, which enthralled Mariano Fortuny. The lamp features a triangle-square pattern, binding it with fiery red threads. The result is original and enigmatic, with a wood structure that protects the silk and enhances its silvery patterns.
The lightness of the opaline silk, the refined decoration and the balance of the silhouettes merge together, creating true sculptures of light. Perpetuating the tradition, Venetia Studium continues to produce these wonderful lamps. Evoking almost fairytale places and times, Fortuny lamps are the result of research into lighting, design and ways of filtering light. Thanks to the particular structure and various models proposed, they fit in with any style of décor, completely satisfying the needs of good illumination and giving the space a soft, evocative and timeless atmosphere.