Model listed in the period catalog of the fabric. Ant, it's not a winding. Even though he remained little known to amateurs, Adolphe bloch was one of the most important manufacturers of Parisian lighting devices. The dadolphe blockh workshops were installed at numbers 7 and 9 of the city popincourt in 11. Arrondissement of bets and these buildings still exist today.
This nickel-plated bronze and pressed glass lamp, which was published by block under reference 9092 (photo 6), is a very interesting example of its production in the early 1930s. Resolutely modern, it combines an elegant base with a stylish floral decoration very "art deco" with a globe.
Equipped with a dome with steps. While most of the lamps. For sale are just ceiling caps. Will attract the attention of enlightened amateurs and reconcile them with this family of luminaires.
Cm of height and weight. 6 cm high with a collar of. Cm, it's not signed. He's in very good condition, with it.
Some gaps on the edge of the collar (photo 11) that remain totally invisible when inserted into its support. The bakelite wire pass remained present photo. The lamp was rewired with a twisted wire sheathed with black fabric, b22 bayonet socket made of nickel-plated brass, socket and switches. Any total or partial reproduction of the text and/or images of this ad is strictly reserved. Block building lamp art deco in nickel bronze & globe glass pressed 1930" is on sale since Tuesday 22 June 2021.It is in the category "art, antiques\furnishings, decoration of the xxe\art decoration\lighting, lamps". The seller is "moneva54" and is located in/in nancy. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.