Art Luxembourgeois

Bloc de cristal "Blason du Luxembourg" 9 cm

Prix ttc : 72,00 €


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Les armoiries luxembourgeoises sont connues depuis le début du 13° siècle, lorsque le Comte Henri V de Luxembourg arrêta leur composition actuelle : « burelé d'argent et d'azur de dix pièces et d'un lion de gueules, armé, lampassé et couronné d'or, la queue fourchue et passée en sautoir ». 

Ce bloc de cristal gravé au laser 3D met particulièrement en valeur les armes du Grand-Duché qui semblent flotter comme suspendue dans les airs. La transparence du bloc permet un jeu de lumière autour de ce symbole du patrimoine luxembourgeois. 

 

Taille 9 x 6 x 6 cm, poids 1 kg, livré dans une luxueuse boîte cadeau.

 

The " Gëlle Fra " (Golden Lady) is one of the most important monuments of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. This statue originally called " Queen of the peace ", was set up on the place of Constitution in 1922. It was commissioned to Claus CITO, a well-known Luxembourg sculptor, in order to pay a tribute to Luxembourg soldiers who died during the First World War. In 1940, it was dismantled by the German occupant. It was only in 1985 when the " Golden Lady " found back her pedestal after several tumultuous events. This statue is a symbol of democratic values of peace and freedom. It was chosen to become the figurehead of Luxembourg pavilion in the world exposition of Shanghai in 2010. Claus Cito was born on May 26th,1882 in Bascharage, Luxembourg. He studied in the Art School of Dusseldorf, then in the Academy of Arts of Brussels. He is one of the most famous Luxembourg sculptors. This crystal block carved in 3D laser emphasizes the harmonious drape and the generous curves of this masterpiece. Size:3,5 x 2,3 x 2,3 ", weight 3.2 kg, delivered in luxurious gift box, with a light base.

 

 

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