The Mariner company was found in 1893 by Enrique M. Gurrea. It is high-way brand of classic, neoclassical, romantic and modern style. Classic lamps with a lampshade in a combination of black, white and gold are among the most famous works of the brand. Ceiling candelabra, original models of music stands, chandeliers and night lights, stylized as ice sculptures are unique creations, made to bring as better culture into arts of interior design.
Mariner lamps: materials and varieties
The main materials for the production of Mariner lamps are bronze, Italian crystal, porcelain and textiles. The fabric is used to create classic semiconical lampshades of various sizes, for table lamps, wall sconces and the manual assembly of chandeliers - candelabra.
Glass and crystal take an unusually important place among the materials for Mariner shades. They immediately attract attention with exquisite stylization, subtlety of processing, an excellent combination with the materials of the frame and case. In the assortment of Mariner fixtures you will find all the varieties that are necessary to create a cozy, well-lit interior indoors:
- table lamps with a classic lampshade, lights, nightlights of the original form;
- floor lamps in the neoclassical style, modern;
- single-lamp and double-lamp sconces;
- classic and modern chandeliers;
- ceiling lamps with closed and half-open shades of frosted glass and crystal.
Features of Mariner fixtures
Design and technological features of Mariner products are determined by fidelity to the Spanish interior, painting and architecture traditions. It is a combination of black, white and gold, porcelain and textiles, rifle frosted glass and crystal, milky whiteness and dull translucency of dark shades.
Pastel colors of Mariner make a soft, but sure contrast to darker and sharper shades, coming out the bright beauty of a chandelier, candelabra, floor lamp. The harmony of glass, metal, textile and crystal elements makes the Mariner lamps unusually elegant, free from deliberate pretentiousness, emphasizing the background of the placement and color of the interior. The exquisite decor of carved and chased metal complements the graceful beauty of shades on sparkling or luminous legs.
Royal Heritage Collection by Mariner
Most Mariner table lamps are part of the Royal Heritage brand collection. This collection is fully consistent with the ideas of customers about the history of the Spanish royal houses, inextricably linked with the history of Central Europe. Strict, restrained luxury is interspersed with bold strokes of lines of coinage, murals, shapes and shades that manage to go beyond the traditionally stylish.
The Royal Heritage collection is a leader in the Mariner range. It includes all varieties of lamps - from tabletops to candelabra with dozens of candles and crystal pendants sparkling in bright evening light. In addition, a significant part of the collection is taken by sconces with crystal shades in the form of glasses and vases.
The prevailing form of Royal Heritage table lamps is the classic semi conical lampshade. Figured vase-shaped leg with a metal, glass or porcelain flask is decorated with painting, carving or inlay.
Mariner Royal Heritage luminaires combine perfectly with sets of armchairs and chairs of the same brand, made in different styles and colors. The traditional gilding of the carved frame is complemented by soft upholstery in thick dark or light shades. The elegant chairs of painted wood with finely crafted leather match console and side tables (Ascot, Singular Pieces).
Art Nouveau Collection Summary and Gallery
The concise collection of luminaires in the style of “late ice Art Nouveau” is complemented by the grotesquely pretentious furniture for the living room and hall. Malmaison tables, inlaid with antique gold and a quadrangular pillar, stylized as a huge, spreading oak trunk with a black crown.
A heavy oval tabletop made of lacquered wood, the Makassar crowns a carved quadrangular support or, in its rectangular version, rests on two pillar supports, - like an old door, taken off its hinges, inlaid with cast bronze and a gold ornament similar to someone else's lost epaulettes. With such a table, chairs from the same impressive collection look very successful, as well as Savoy chairs with a noble appearance and solid forms that emphasize the status of owners.
Gallery floor lamps, table lamps and ceiling-mounted luminaires look in the interior of the Art Nouveau and Postmodern style hardly less organically. The eclecticism of styles and the flights of creative freedom in creating an unusual interior - a masthead of Spanish design in its dialectical habanera of traditional and ultramodern.
If you strive for even more individuality, then your interior will certainly need original models of Mariner fixtures that create a bright emotional atmosphere in the house or cabinet. This lamp is a music stand, a floor lamp with a translucent shade in the form of a plate, a bra-torch made of cast bronze and Venetian glass.