Jielde 5 arms Floor lamps
At the end of the years 1940, wearied not to find a luminary adapted to his activity of general mechanics,
Jean Louis Domecq draws one of them.
After some trials and errors, the final drawing is fixed in April 1950. It perfectly corresponds to the requirement
specifications fixed : simple, robust and articulated in order to adapt to all working stations. Extremely from this
beautiful invention, he will spend the years 1951 1952 to industrialize the production. In 1953, he creates
a company dedicated to the marketing of his lamp and whose his initial will form the name JieLDe.
Since this date, this lamp called Standard by customers, never ceased being product produced and will
move by all small keys according to the standards and will adapt sometimes to the needs for some specific applications.Floor lamp, reading light, apply mural, all avoided of glittering colors, the Standard became Loft.
Accompanied by her daughter, the Signal, and the Augustin suspension, the Jieldé lamps are recognized
as being icons of the french industrial art. they are always manufactured in Lyon France with the same
old gestures, all are numbered in order to remain single.
The lamp is in excellent used condition. The chrome has been re conditioned and the electrical parts have been replaced.Each of the five arm sections measure around 40 cm in length. Each of the joints articulates, making it extremely versatile and manoeuvrable. It has a total reach of over 2 meters