Edmond Etling & Co


The Parisian company Edmond Etling & Co. sold numerous art objects made of metal and glass. This also includes table lamps and small lighting objects by Bonnet, Laplanche, Guillard and occasionally Dunaime. Like Robj and Desny, Etling also thought that public taste was not yet so advanced that the elaborate and decorative lamp structures could be viewed as outdated. The cool and monotonous interiors of the 1930s called for a cheerful accent and color. For this reason, the small glass and metal lamps and luminous objects shown at the second Salon du Luminaire in Paris in 1934 and at the Etling International Exhibition in 1937 were much sought after and successful.

Source: Alastair Duncan, Lampen Lüster Leuchter, Jugendstil Art Déco, Prestel-Verlag, München 1979, p. 169.

Opening hours:
  • Monday
  • Tuesday - Friday
    12 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Saturday
    10 a.m. - 4 p.m.