Dameron & Jokisch Ejg Applied Art Deco Bronze Nickelé & Tulip Pressed Glass
Founded in betting in October 1909 at the 26th of the boulevard richard lenoir, succeeding the house vallet, the bronze lighting factory of ladyron and jokisch will be active for three decades before their business is definitively swept away by the Second World War and German occupation. Like many of their confreres who had settled at the beginning of the 20th century, it was at the dawn of the 1930s that the two associates developed a modern luminaire style that met the demand of an emerging middle class. Dameron and Jokisch frequently used right-angled suspension tubes to equip their lighting devices produced during this period. This stylistic signature is well present on this nickel-plated bronze applique whose ascending arm has no less than three elbows (photo 6). The central plate of the frame, whose body is chiseled, offers a recurrent repertoire of art deco with a geometric frieze surmounted by a stylized vegetable basket (photos 2 and 3). This applied frame is in very good condition and its original nickeling has retained a very beautiful radiance. It is struck in the inner face of the jd monogram (photo 6) for jokisch and ladyron. The two-level hexagonal tulip is a creation of the betting (ejg) gathier jean establishments, one of the most important lighting glassware of the interwar period.
This tulip is both signed j. Robert (photo 7), from the name of the street of betting where Jean Gauthier had implanted his head office, and ejg on the lower edge (photo 12), followed by the number 714 which corresponds to the reference of the model. The acid-depoliated glass has been repoliated for transparency effects on some of the prominent reliefs. This tulip, with its very sophisticated shape and geometric decor, illustrates all the know-how of the Jean Gauthier establishments.
It measures 13.5 cm in height alone and is in good condition with surface and use micro-gins. This application measures 26.5 cm in height and 15 cm in projection for a total weight of 0.8 kg. A support bar at the back of the frame allows the wall to hang (photo 8). It has been rewired with a new wire and is equipped with a nickel-plated brass socket with bayonet b22.
It is ready to be laid down and illuminated. Any total or partial reproduction of the text and/or images of this ad is strictly reserved. The item "dameron & jokisch ejg applique art déco nickelé bronze & tulip glass pressed" has been on sale since Friday, August 27, 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.
- height: 26.5 cm
- subtype: inside
- style: modern
Material: bronze and glass
- maximum power (watts): 60
Dominant colour: silver and white
- type: applies
- weight: 0.8 kg
- characteristics: a bayonet
- lighting type: standard
Period: art deco