Jielde workshop lamp with two articulated arms.
Created in 1950 by Jean-Louis Domecq, who, unhappy with his work lamp, decided to design one that perfectly suited his job as a shop foreman.
He envisions it to be sturdy, flexible and without cables that would restrict its movement, and thus the articulated joints were born, allowing the lamp to move.
It also needed to be possible to constantly orientate it by hand without getting burnt, which is the function of the hoop around the lampshade.
JL Domecq gave it his initials: “JLD”. When spoken, they become Jieldé.
The first lamps were manufactured in the Lyon region with 2 articulated arms.
Scratches and signs of wear, consistent with age and heavy use, but not spoiling the item (see photos). The lamp can be stripped.
The parcel can be picked up in Paris or sent by post within France and abroad.
- Werkplaatslamp met twee scharnierende armen
- Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
- Jean-Louis Domecq
- Fabrikant / Merk
- Model / Naam
- Standard / Loft
- Redelijke staat - zwaar gebruikt en mogelijk ontbreken er kleine onderdelen
- Geschatte periode
- Circa 1960
- Land van herkomst
- 130×21×21 cm