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91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp
91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp
91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp
91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp
91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp
91397 Serax MAXIME nº1 Table lamp

Serax • MAXIME nº1

Table lamp

Structure in stoneware. Designed by Anita Le Grelle. E14 bulb max.5W, not included.

Compatible bulbs: Glow 82249, Glow 80890

REF. 91397

W.13,5 x H.26 x D.13,5cm

€105,00
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The Maxime n°1 table lamp enchants with its geometric design in stoneware.

The black exterior creates a contemporary look, while the gold-painted interior spreads a warm glow. The cleverly placed lamp base illuminates the circle, and the switch adds elegance to any room.

Anita Le Grelle was born and raised in Antwerp, where she also gained her degree in graphic design. After working in advertising for a while, she moved to London with her family. While raising her kids there, she also attended sculpture classes at the Royal College of Art until achieving a diploma there too in 2000. For years, her works have been on display at numerous exhibitions in Belgium and London.

It was rather by coincidence that she ended up in the world of pottery in 2013. In no-time, the demand for her creations became so great that she decided to continue along this path professionally: Terres De Rêves is the name of her company. Her sculptures reflect a deep-seated love for craftsmanship, creating and recreating, using and reusing, so that even remnants of wax from a nearly burnt out candle can be reused to create something else; that is the unstoppable drive of Anita Le Grelle.


Serax is more than a brand; it's a true global institution rooted in Belgium. A commitment to sustainable growth has transformed Serax into a benchmark for production quality and specialized know-how. Founded by siblings Serge and Axel Van Den Bossche in 1986, Serax continues today under Axel's leadership.

Serax provides designers with the opportunity to develop their ideas, pushing the boundaries of traditional manufacturing with contemporary sensibility. Despite their different perspectives, their visions are united by Serax's mission to create the perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality. Their extensive family of collaborators includes prominent names such as Ann Demeulemeester, Kelly Wearstler, Marie Michielssen, among others, while also seeking out new talent, promoting a healthy diversity of perspectives.

Serax's dedication to innovation and quality extends to its collaboration with exceptional artisans, pushing the limits of traditional materials in remarkable collections of tableware, furniture, lighting, and home accessories.