Vloer lamp uit de Loft serie van Jieldé
The possibilities of this six-armed Jieldé are endless.
This “bare” version is extra industrial due to the bare aluminum and steel. BINK's cool version of the vintage Jieldé
Jieldé lamps are made of very solid industrial materials and are practically indestructible .
This lamp is rotatable at all pivot points.
Because the lamp has sliding contacts in the hinges, it can be rotated 360 degrees without the risk of wire breakage.
De Jieldé lamp heeft een aluminium kap van 15 cm met afstelbeugel, porseleinen E27 fitting en aan/uit schakelaar op de kap.
De lamp is op een remschijf geplaatst omdat ze vroeger direct op de werktafel de wand of op de machines geplaatst werden.
De armen zijn 40 cm lang waardoor de maximale hoogte boven de 2.40 cm uitkomt.
Date: around 1966
This lamp is standard equipped as a floor lamp with base
BINK lamps supplies this lamp with:
Porcelain E27 fitting, suitable for incandescent, energy-saving and LED lamp;
2 meter black rubber electricity cable with black bakelite plug.
Jean Louis Domecq started work on the Jieldé design in 1940. He does this out of frustration because he cannot find a good lamp for his work as a mechanic. He wants a simple, robust and distinct design that is able to adapt to any work situation. It wasn't until 1950 that he came up with the perfect design.
The pivot points are a technical masterpiece. These are equipped with copper discs instead of power wire. As a result, there is never a possibility of wire breakage, even with intensive use.
- The Loft Serie :
The first design from 1950, also called the “standard”
- De Lak Serie :
Angular version of the Loft Series, widely used in hospitals (late 1960s-early 1970s)
- The Signal Series :
Smaller version of the Loft Series without the sliding contacts. Introduced in 2006.
- The Aicler Series :
This is a variant of the Signal Series with cover (round or rectangular)
Introduced in 2019.
- Augustin / Clement / Beaumont / Dante :
The Jieldé pendant lamp series introduced from 2010