Gèmo by Nichetto Studio

Meaning "yarn ball" in the Venetian dialect, Gèmo serves as a nod to both the shape and texture of the blown-glass shade of this stylized lamp by Lucas Nichetto for Nichetto Studio. To make the streaks on the surface of the glass, Nichetto used a technique called "molatura" that involves imprinting engravings into the surface of the glass while it's still hot and malleable. Each lamps comes with a dimmable light bulb and is available with either a black chrome or brushed brass base. It can be adapted into a table, floor, or pendant lamp. For more information visit NichettoStudio.com.
Posted May 3, 2018 by staffwriternj

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