JuMO 600 French chrome lamp, 1940-1950


Shipping to United States: $70.85

Superb JUMO model 600 chrome lamp from the 40s/50s.

It was in Bagnolet in the 1940s that Yves Jujeau, partner of Pierre and André Mounique, created the "New Society of JUMO Establishments" which takes its name from the assembly of the first two letters of the two surnames Ju and Mo. Initially relocated, the company died in the 1980s.

JUMO lamps are of excellent quality.

This model was chosen by Charlotte Perriand for the exhibition "The Bazaar" in 1947, and is often attributed to it wrongly.

The design of this lamp is truly remarkable. Its chrome-like appearance, curves and special articulation give it a perfect aesthetic.

It is in excellent condition, the power cable has been replaced. It has slight punctures on the base, very discreet.
It measures a maximum of 46cm in height.

It can be picked up in Bordeaux or shipped.

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