Pierre Guariche (Model of)
Set of Brass floor lamps, model of Pierre Guariche.
We recently acquired a set of floor lamps from a hotel in Paris. They have been restored and rewired for US. These articulating equilibrial brass floor lamps, model of Pierre Guariche are mounted on a black tubular lacquered base. Two weighted brass balls make the equilibrium on each lamp. off-white color paper or fabric lampshades. Some of them are wired with bayonet sockets, and some with candelabra sockets. US plugs.100w each. On this particular pair the wiring has been redone with candelabra sockets and the brass balls have been redone as well.
The only difference between our featured model and the Pierre Guariche creation is the brass ring where are attached the two conic shades.
The floor lamp by Pierre Guariche is illustrated in several magazine as:
Ensembles Mobiliers Vol 14, 1954
Mobilier Et Décoration #6, Juillet & Août 1954
Mobilier Et Décoration #3, Avril 1954
Mobilier Et Décoration #2, Mars 1954
Mobilier Et Décoration #1, Janvier & Février 1954
Mobilier Et Décoration #2, Mars 1953
Art Et Décoration #25, 1951
Mobilier Et Décoration #7, Septembre & Octobre 1954
Le Décor D'Aujourd'hui #107, 1957
Le Décor D'Aujourd'hui #67, 1951
Price : Upon Request
Materials / Techniques: Brass, Fabric/paper lampshades
Condition: Excellent condition, some parts have been redone, Re-wired to be used in US
Measurements: 75 in.Hx14.75 in.Wx14 in.D