A Pair of Eileen Gray Desk Lamps
A Pair of Grey No.71 desk lamps designed by Eileen Gray and produced by Jumo of Paris.
France, circa 1935-40.
Price is for the pair.
Eileen Gray was a hugely influential designer, architect and artist of the early twentieth century.
A good, original pair in a sought after and scarce colourway, one has greater surface corrosion than the other as shown in the images.
Born in 1878 near the small village of Enniscorthy, Ireland, Eileen Gray is one of 20th-century design’s most influential women. In 1898, Gray began attending painting classes at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, but she moved to Paris following an inspirational trip in which she discovered the Art Nouveau style. She continued her studies at the Academie Julian and Academie Colarossi, before returning to London to tend to her ailing mother and rejoin the Slade School
Supplied rewired with three core fabric covered cable and PAT tested.
H:38 W:44.5 D:24 CM
H:14.9 W:17.5 D:9.4 INCHES