Eileen Gray Lamp No. 71 for Jumo. Bauhaus / Modernist. Grey and Chrome.



    An icon of the Machine Age, Lamp no. 71 was designed by Eileen Gray for Jumo in the 1930s.  Gray was famously a fan of the Bauhaus school, and the influence is clear in this lamp.

    Currently with the original wiring and lamp holders (B22 size), I can arrange rewiring if you'd like.

    This grey colour, combined with the aged chrome, is the original and most sought after combination and is totally original (I have seen some terrifying repainted versions of this lamp and it breaks my heart!).

    The chrome is pitted as can be seen and there is a dent or two ... it's totally original.

    These lamps are selling for over a thousand euros or dollars (https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/lighting/table-lamps/french-table-lamp-jumo-eileen-gray-france/id-f_5588003/ for example), but in the interest of having the happiest customers on the internet, I have priced this very very modestly - be quick!

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