French modernist desk lamp made in the 1970's by Jumo , an important lamp making company from France .The lamp Jumo first introduced as task lamp for industrial office use became widely use in France from the 1940's until the 1970's, there are more than 45 models .Created at Bagnolet France the name is an assemblage of the creator names , Yves JUjeau , Pierre and Andre MOnique .While many attribution have been made very little is known about who designed them , all of them display an interesting modernist approach with some touch of classicism .Perriand , Grey and Adnet have been attributed the creation of some of those light , there is a as of now no real proof of it. Stripping the old paint expose the patina of the steel and different metal , those metal are usually alloy steel superior in quality to the recycled metal used in mass produced duplicate and recent lamp. After being polished their variation of tone from the mark of use and passing of time create a warm effect and a connection to the authentic . This model is a late production adapting the articulation system to the design of the 1970's .Note that it a pair which can be difficult to be found .
Size H.22 to 24 depending on angle , Aluminum globe 8x8 , good antique condition ,there is some scratches and nick from normal use , no oxidation , globe stripped metal ready to be chromed if desired , rewired with American socket
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