Model listed in the fabri's depoque catalogue. Ant, this is not a reassembly. Adolphe bloch is not the best known manufacturer of Parisian lighting fixtures, but he was nonetheless one of his most important craftsmen.
The dadolphe bloch workshops were installed at numbers 7 and 9 of the popincourt city in the 11th arrondissement of paris and these buildings still exist today. This nickel bronze lamp and pressed glass, which was published by bloch under the reference 9092 (photo 6), is a very interesting example of its production in the early 1930s. Resolutely modern, it combines an elegant support with a stylized floral décor very \"art deco\" with a globe. Equipped with a tiered dome. This long globe that is never signed is a production of bohemian glassware that supplied most French manufacturers at the time.Offered for sale are just ceiling lights. Will attract the attention of enlightened amateurs and reconcile them with this family of fixtures. Note the presence of the monogram ab (photo 11) for adolphe bloch on the internal socket support bar. Is original and this silver patina. Bronze reflections does not lack charm.
6 cm high with a collar of. Cm, it's not signed.It is in very good condition, with some trimming due to the collar and some air bubbles that attest that it is indeed a glassworks of the 30s. The Bakelite thread remained present (photo 7). The lamp was rebabed with a twisted wire sheathed with black fabric, b22 bayonet socket in nickel brass, socket and switches. Any full or partial reproduction of the text and/or images of this ad is strictly reserved.
Bloch lamp building art deco in nickel bronze - pressed glass globe 1930\" has been on sale since Sunday, December 6, 2020. It is in the category \"art, antiques,furniture, decoration of the 20th art lighting, lamps\". The seller is \"moneva54\" and is located in nancy. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.