French modernist lamps made in the 1950's designed by Alphonse Pinoit who created the company KI-E-KLAIR ( meaning the 'illuminated'), It was designed for and commonly used throughout the 1940s to 1960s in garment factories , garage , architect office and industrial setting. The lampshade model no. 210 in polished aluminium was used in Jean Prouve design studios as the first choice for the celebrated French industrial designer .This pair could be used as sconces in a bedroom or in a living room , since the mounting could be adapted to a wall mount .The Kli-e-Klaire lamp became a popular choice for architects and designers where its versatility and flexibility could be used on the drawing tables. The lamp can be easily tilted and has full 360 rotation. The clamps make it easy to move and re-sit. It's height can be easily adjusted from its minimal height of 50 cm to a maximum height of 80 cm .The last picture is the studio of Jean Prouve .
Size H.around 50 fully extended including the globe rewired with clothe wire , good antique condition