Jielde Floor Lamp Vintage

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The Jielde lamps are now icons of French industrial: vintage lovers, fatevele not run away! At the end of the '40s, the mechanic Jean-Louis Domecq decided to create a lamp suitable for his workshop; wants simple, but robust and articulate. In 1953, he founded the company Domecq Jielde to market his creation. Subsequently, the 90s, the production of the lamp JIELDE expands and exits the industrial market, offering new models: the lamps Loft, Signal and Augustin. That have become icons of French industrial design, these lamps are still manufactured in Lyon, with the same process of origin. They are all numbered: ciascusa is unique work of art. Entirely made of metal hanging lamps Augustin evoke the industrial style of the past. The cable is elegantly upholstered in fabric. The timeless design of these lamps will not go unnoticed and will bring originality to your home. The inner part of the table lamp is colored, the inside is silver. This pendant lamp is available in 4 different sizes: Ø 16 cm, Ø 24 cm, Ø 36 cm, Ø 54 cm. Augustin is also available with gilded interior: contact us for more information.

In detail:

  • Sospensione Product: Suspension

  • Bianco brillante / Interno argento Color: Bright white / silver Interior

  • Portalampada in porcellana Material: Porcelain lampholder

  • Ø 24 cm x H 26 cm - Rosone: Ø 8 cm - Cavo: L 150 cm max Dimensions: Ø 24 cm x H 26 cm - Canopy: Ø 8 cm - Cable: L 150 cm max

  • Lampadina (non inclusa): 1 x 100W max E27 - Cavo rivestito in tessuto - Ogni lampada è numerata (sulla base dell'abat-jour) - Prodotta in Francia Features: Bulb (not included): 1 x 100W max E27 - Cable covered in fabric - Each lamp is numbered (on the basis of the table lamp) - Made in France

2007-09-16 11:09:38 by tinkerbellgotlegs

Used to make them in college for extra money

Lamp shades are pretty easy if you have a little handy and crafty. I used to live in a building in college that the bottom floor was a dry cleaner and the old lady that owned it used to give me wire hangers.
You want to use the lighter weight ones for shirts. Use wire cutters to cut the wire. check your dimensions first. You start with the top/bottom circle or square-whatever shape you are using-then add the "arms" to the top and bottom. I mostly used a soldering iron. But I have made ones that are tied with twine or jute too. You can get an iron pretty inexpensively at most craft stores or a stained glass or hardware store

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