Damasco Collection


This Collection offers a lot of decorative designs, especially oriental-based. Alchymia designers explore Edgar Brandt (1880- 1960) productions. He was a great artist and gallerist from Paris, where, in 1925 during the Exposition International des Arts Decoratifs et Industrielles modernes, he exhibited many pieces made by himself and by others, obtaining a huge worlwide success with wrought iron pieces, original furniture, odd objects, sculptures and lighting projects. On this complicated, dynamic, exciting international world Damasco Collection is loosely based and its pieces would have certainly been hosted by the famous Edgar Brandt’s art galleries.

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