WICK RECYCLES VINTAGE TREASURE, FOUND OBJECTS AND MARINE DEBRIS, INTO FABULOUS INDUSTRIAL LIGHTS, ELEGANT PHOTO HOLDERS, BIRDLIKE OIL LAMPS AND MORE RECENTLY QUIRKY AUTOMATONS.
Ob·jet trou·vé noun \ˈȯb-ˌzhā-trü-ˈvā\ (ɔbʒɛ truve)
: a natural or discarded object found by chance and held to have aesthetic value
: any ordinary object considered from an aesthetic viewpoint
: an ordinary or commonplace object considered or presented as a work of art
Origin: French, literally, found object. First Known Use: 1937
CONSISTENTLY POPULAR, THIS CUTE BIRD IS ACTUALLY AN OIL LAMP. EACH ONE IS UNIQUE.
WHETHER HE LIGHTS UP YOUR MANTLEPIECE, OR ADDS SOME QUIRKINESS TO YOUR TABLE CENTRE, THIS LITTLE FELLOW IS SURE TO BE A TALKING POINT
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