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Jieldé Aicler AID433 Lamp-post
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This AID433 floor lamp has four articulated arms of 30 cm each that can tilt from bottom to top up to 300 ° allowing you to choose the desired size of your luminaire. It has a straight Ø19 cm shade.
Very elegant, this retro-style floor lamp made of steel will bring a contemporary touch to your interior.
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Discover the AICLER range, with a more traditional lampshade, straight or curved, diffusing both indirect and direct light thanks to the shape of its diffuser which reminds us of the 1950s.
Its reflector tilts from bottom to bottom to best direct the light.
This collection provides a wide choice of variations, you can indeed choose a different color for your lampshade whether they are shiny, matt or hammered. (Except brushed steel and chrome).
The color change only affects the reflector and not the other parts.
Available in version : Curve shade : AIC433
Paint colors are available in finishes:
⁃ Polishing & Painting (on Shiny finish only)
Also available in:
⁃ Black Hammered and Bronze Hammered are rare and unusual finishes
⁃ Brushed steel gives it a “vintage industrial” look
⁃ Chrome will transform this lamp into a real wall jewel
JIELDÉ lamps have a wide choice of colors, each more beautiful than the next, and they adapt perfectly to your interior decoration.
They are always made to order, by hand and numbered, with the original tools, in the workshops of Saint Priest, in the outskirts of Lyon, France.
- Steel - Cast aluminum - Aluminum
- Construction is made metal - Articulated arms combinations with different lengths
- Interior Lamppost
- Porcelain E14
- 25 W max
- Yes on the base
- Interior color of the reflector
- Articulated arms size
- 4 arms of 30 cm
- Ø 24,5 cm
- Electric cable
- 2m - Plug : 2 poles + Ground
- IP 20 Class II
- Type of lights
- Living room
- Number of arms
"Inanimate objects, do you have a soul ?"
Did Jean-Louis Domecq think of this when, in 1949, he laid the foundations of his project ?
The question remains, because this genius inventor Lyonnais gives to his creation that supplement of soul which places it on the border between the object of use and the work of art.
Did Jean-Louis Domecq think of this when, in 1949, he laid the foundations of his project ? The question remains, because this genius inventor Lyonnais gives to his creation that supplement of soul which places it on the border between the object of use and the work of art.
Still, he conceives a lamp adapted to the needs of his activity, a simple lamp, robust, articulated and without cable in his joints.
The definitive model was born in 1950. To industrialize his invention, Jean Louis Domecq created "Jieldé" from the initials of his name (JLD). Success is at the rendezvous: the lamp "Jieldé" invests factories, workshops, drawing tables. With the decline of the industry in France, the production is running out of steam, but the lamp keeps its potential.
It appeals to collectors, to design enthusiasts with its clever mix of form, function, material, use, technique ... but also this "little something" in addition that provokes the crush. It touches the general public since the 90s, because it leaves the industrial world to enchant the interior of our houses, thanks to the multiplicity of the proposed finishes.
From then on, the STANDARD becomes LOFT.
In 2003 is born the SIGNAL, which is a replica of the original lamp in smaller size.
The suspensions AUGUSTIN, CLÉMENT, BEAUMONT and DANTE will follow, as well as the reissue of the LAK lamp.
What has not changed is the manufacture: the lamps are still handmade, with the original tools, in the workshops of Saint Priest, near the suburbs of Lyon. "Jieldé" is also a team: founders, stampers, mechanics, painters"Made in France", which give it a 100% French manufacturing.
Vintage and current, timeless and tailor-made, the lamp "Jieldé" is well of its time, and continues to shine in France and in the world the name of its genius inventor.