ADJUSTABLE LEATHER FLOOR LAMP ATTR. TO JACQUES ADNET

$13,800.00

Adjustable Saddle-stitched leather floor lamp attributed to Jacques Adnet, featuring brass joinery.

Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) was a renowned French modernist designer known for his luxurious and innovative furniture designs. He was a prominent figure in the Art Deco movement and later embraced the principles of modernism. Adnet's work is characterized by its use of high-quality materials, such as leather and metal, and meticulous craftsmanship.

Adnet studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and began his career designing furniture for various high-end French manufacturers. In the 1920s and 1930s, he gained recognition for his elegant and functional designs, often incorporating elements of traditional craftsmanship with modernist aesthetics.

  • Dimensions: 59.5"H x 16.25"W x 29"D
  • Period: 1950's
  • Condition: Good condition. Wear consistent with age. leather elements show some scattered abrasions, a few spots of finish wear, some small stains, and a few small losses. Exposed brass elements show some spots of wear, and a few points of oxidation
  • Materials: Leather, Brass
  • Origin: France

ADJUSTABLE LEATHER FLOOR LAMP ATTR. TO JACQUES ADNET

$13,800.00

Adjustable Saddle-stitched leather floor lamp attributed to Jacques Adnet, featuring brass joinery.

Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) was a renowned French modernist designer known for his luxurious and innovative furniture designs. He was a prominent figure in the Art Deco movement and later embraced the principles of modernism. Adnet's work is characterized by its use of high-quality materials, such as leather and metal, and meticulous craftsmanship.

Adnet studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and began his career designing furniture for various high-end French manufacturers. In the 1920s and 1930s, he gained recognition for his elegant and functional designs, often incorporating elements of traditional craftsmanship with modernist aesthetics.

  • Dimensions: 59.5"H x 16.25"W x 29"D
  • Period: 1950's
  • Condition: Good condition. Wear consistent with age. leather elements show some scattered abrasions, a few spots of finish wear, some small stains, and a few small losses. Exposed brass elements show some spots of wear, and a few points of oxidation
  • Materials: Leather, Brass
  • Origin: France