These Jieldé lamps are original specimens from the 1950s with beautiful brushed stainless steel/aluminium look. Especially striking with these 2 lamps is the contrast between the hinges and rods. Very elegant and luxury appearance!
The heavy base, a brake disc that was used to mount the lamps on workbenches, ensures a perfect balance in every position.
The maximum height is approx. 230 cm, the arms are 40 cm long. The lamp has a pristine lamp shade, all dents have been removed and it is solid white on the inside, with a few very minuscule dents on the outside, which only add to its character. This wonderful, perfectly restored five-armed lamp can be shaped into every desired form to create a true work of art!
It was designed by the French engineer Jean-Louis Domecq (Jieldé abbreviated) and was mainly used in studios as a work lamp. The unique thing about this lamp are the hinge points. Normally, loose wires are used in hinge lamps, causing friction and often breakage. In the 1950s, the French engineer devised a safe, reliable and patented alternative where copper rings were placed in the pivot points. These rings conduct the electricity, so wire breakage will not occur.
- N.º de artículos
- Lámparas de pie de 5 brazos.
- Hierro (fundido/forjado)
- Diseñador / Artista
- Jean-Louis Domecq
- Fabricante / marca
- Periodo estimado
- País de origen
- Excelente estado - apenas usado y con signos mínimos de los años y de desgaste