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JEAN PERZEL (73cm), Rare Art Deco Table Lamp N°516, Bronze & Opaline Glass, Original Edition from 1936 - Pignolet Gallery

JEAN PERZEL (73cm), Rare Art Deco Table Lamp N°516, Bronze & Opaline Glass, Original Edition from 1936

  • Artist / Designer:Jean Perzel (1892-1986)
  • Issuer / Manufacturer:Ateliers Jean Perzel (Paris)
  • Mark / Label:Authentified by the Ateliers Jean Perzel (see images)
  • Period:20th Century / 1936 
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):73 x 42 x 42 cm
  • Weight:6 Kg
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Style:Art Deco
  • Materials:Patinated Bronze / Opaline Glass
  • Price:3750 €

  • Belgium Delivery:On request
  • International Delivery:On request

Icon of the Art Deco lighting, this large desk lamp 73cm by JEAN PERZEL, first original edition from 1936.
Base and central shaft of "tulip" type in green patina bronze, opaline glass and cap in green patina steel integrating a sandblasted glass ring.
Very good original condition and conservation.
The Ateliers Jean Perzel in Paris currently produce a similar smaller model under the reference N° 516 (50cm), selling price from 4720€...
We offer this original 1936 edition in perfect condition, not reissued in this format, notice to the purists...

Lamp authenticated by the Ateliers Jean Perzel in Paris, see document on picture...


Jean Perzel (Burck 1892 - Paris 1986), created his company in 1923. Celebrating modernity and innovation, he worked with the great names of Art Deco and modernist architecture: Robert Mallet-Stevens, Michel Roux-Spitz, Le Corbusier, Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann, Djo-Bourgeois... Jean Perzel's company left its mark on the world of lighting and decoration by creating lighting and furniture in glass and bronze, which adorned the most prestigious places. These pieces can be found at the court of the King of the Belgians, at Henry Ford's home and at the home of the Rothschild family. He was responsible for the lighting of the Palace of the League of Nations in Geneva, but also for monuments such as the Normandy liner, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg, etc.
Jean Perzel took part in various international exhibitions and competitions where he won numerous prizes. His fame soon allowed him to highlight the interiors of celebrities and politicians such as the King of Morocco, the King of Siam in Bangkok, the Maharajah of Indore, General de Gaulle and President Georges Pompidou.
Today, the Parisian company offers a range of high quality lighting reserved for a discerning public, always concerned with detail...