The exquisite seaside city of Cienfuegos on the southern coast of Cuba was built by French émigrés two centuries ago, and is known as “The Pearl of the South.” The 1920s were a unique transitional period in architecture and design in Cienfuegos, combining the old and the new. Metalworking innovations flourished among the artisans. This period inspired our eclectic collection. Executed by skilled metal artisans, the pieces are finished in a choice of antique bronze, soft gold, and weathered greige patina. Most are offered with or without textured natural greige fabric shades.
Also available in a bright “fresh” silver leaf with matching candlesticks or gold leaf finish with matching candlesticks. Most are offered with or without white fabric shades.