Jean Louis Domecq for Jieldé - Authentic four-armed lamp

Jean Louis Domecq for Jieldé - Authentic four-armed lamp
1950, France

This beautifully restored JIELDE lamp was designed by the French engineer Jean-Louis Domecq. These lamps were mainly used in workshops as work lights.
Did Jean-Louis Domecq think about this when he was laying the foundations of his project back in 1949?
The question remains open, for this brilliant inventor from Lyon gave to his creation that extra measure of harmony that places it on the boundary between the object of daily use and the work of art.
The fact remains, however, that he conceived a lamp tailored to his specific business requirements. A simple, strong, articulated lamp without electric cables in its joints. The final model was born in 1950. To produce his invention, Jean Louis Domecq created Jieldé from the initials of his name J,L and D.
It works with an E27 bulb.
Diameter at the base: 26 cm
Max. height when unfolded: 200 cm
Length of the cable: 240 cm

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