Maison Arlus, Chandelier in black lacquered metal and opaline, 1950’s
Maison Arlus, attributed to.
Chandelier in black lacquered metal with four arm lights made with rectangular rods attached to two gilt brass rods. Triangular cache-belière (hide hook) in black lacquered metal where hangs a little gilt brass rod. Cylindric white opaline lampshades supported by circular gilt brass cups.
Work realized in the 1950’s.
New and functional electrical system.
Dimensions : H 60 x W 82 x D 51 cm.
Reference : LS4230445
Arlus was a French lightings editor, very active since the 1950’s and close to the modern design movement. The head office was located in Paris in the 11e arrondissement and its exhibition shop was in the 17e arrondissement. The editor offered more than 300 original classical or modern models. Those high quality lightings were sold with a unique price system, which made them affordable. Arlus also offered its artistic and technic services to guide and to personalize clients’ choices.
The Maison Arlus, today belonging to Debbas France group, still design lightings.
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