Golden varnished metal floor lamp. The flared neck lampshade is surmounted by a frosted glass crown and is surrounded on its base by sand cast glass cut in stair shape and spreading direct lighting. The stem lies on a double circular base. The on/off button is situated on the inferior one.
This floor lamp model was created created in the early 30’ but our work was executed just at the beginning of the Second World War. It is one of the rare left with white metal as bronze was reserved for the army.
Born in Germany in 1892, Jean Perzel settles in Paris in 1910 and is naturalized French. He starts, after the First World War, to work in interiors lightening and creates a company which still exists nowadays. He is exhibited from 1923 in the “Salon d’Automne”, in the “Artistes Décorateurs” and various specialized shows. He is in charge of the enlightening of various sites, such as the Nations society Palace in Geneva, the Cathedral of Luxembourg, the railway station of Mulhouse. He also worked for the Maharadjah of Indore, for the Belgium Court and for Ford in Detroit. He created the first electrical enlightening machines. Numerous ceiling lights, wall lights or lamps, in a very modern style, come from his studio.
Total height: 67 in.
Diameter of shade: 25 ¼ in.
Diameter of base: 17 ¾ in.
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