Design inspired on an artwork by Salvador Dalí:
'Interpretation Project for a stable-library' - 1942
Limited Edition of 20 unique pieces in white and 1 in black.
Stuffed lamb, elaborated with a technique by a taxidermist.
87 x 71 h. cm — 34,2 x 27,9 h. in
Based on an original 1942 design by the late legend Salvador Dalí — the painting “Interpretation Project for a stable library” — Barcelona designer Oscar Tusquets Blanca and BD Barcelona Design Studio have conceived this stunning lamb-table of 21 limited editions (20 white & 1 black). Covered in sheepskin by Parisian taxidermist Deyrolle, with whom Dalí maintained an intense relationship during his life, “Xai” has a little drawer and a set of shoes in bronze. Deyrolle certifies that the sheep skins used for the production of these pieces come from a slaughter house which is a meat supplier, and no animal sacrifice has been made.
© Salvador Dalí, Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí, Figueres, 2016
- Handmade by the finest craftsmen in Spain
- Inscribed with official Limited Edition numbers
- Official Certificates
- Care Instructions
- Produced on order, with a production time of 8-12 weeks
- Crated, fully insured and shipped by FEDEX