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This sculptural lamp takes its name after the Persian goddess of rivers, waters and birth, Anahita. Traditionally, She was represented by a lotus flower, the sacred plant of Persian gardens.


The sculpture evokes a lotus flower seen from under water, as if the sun was right behind it. Its copper petals have been oxidised, as copper does underwater. The acquired turquoise patina was the sacred colour in Persian art. Resonating with the client roots, it answers to both tradition and evolution.

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