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Evolving out of his two-dimensional silhouette cutouts, Diederich’s wrought iron pieces combined the decorative with the practical. According to his daughter his “work in iron was a very important part of his life, perhaps the most important.” No doubt, the artist enjoyed the contrast between the dark, inflexible heaviness of the material and the lively, seemingly weightless designs that ultimately resulted. This bridge lamp is an example of such weightless design and a marriage of both the arts and crafts and art deco movements. The shade is not original.
Circa 1925

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