Art Deco floor lamp,sold

Nr. 2283 |
floor lamp

Original floor lamp

France around 1930 – Art Deco.

Original chrome plating.

4 illuminated glass elements in apricot colored Rosaling glass.

Height: 180 cm | Ø shade: 41cm | Foot: 35 cm

Original floor lamp

Floor lamps were a popular lighting choice during the 1930s in France, and many were designed with the Art Deco style in mind. These lamps typically featured sleek and geometric designs, often made of materials such as chrome, brass, and glass.

The original floor lamp from France around 1930 is likely to have been designed with similar features. It may have had a simple base with a tall, slender stem leading up to a shade, or it may have had a more elaborate design with intricate details and decorative elements.

Some Art Deco floor lamps from this period also featured integrated lighting fixtures, such as spotlights or adjustable arms, which allowed for flexibility in lighting design.

The Art Deco movement was characterized by its emphasis on modernity, simplicity, and glamour, and these features can be seen in many of the floor lamps produced during this time. Many of these lamps were designed to be both functional and decorative, and they continue to be popular choices for interior design today.

If you have an original floor lamp from France around 1930, it is likely to be a valuable and unique piece. However, it is important to have it properly appraised and cared for to ensure that it remains in good condition and retains its value over time.

Art Deco at RSA Wiesbaden

You can find more Art Deco cabinetsArt Deco chests of drawers and Art Deco lamps in my shop in Wiesbaden. Regine Schmitz-Avila – your specialist for French Art Deco furniture and art objects from around 1930.

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