Jieldé is a historic family-owned company of French lamps. Its founder created Jieldé from the initials of his name J, L and D. The year was 1940 and the Industrial Revolution led to the highest levels of European design and testing technology. Always looking for the best solutions for lighting he conceived a lamp tailored to his specific business requirements. This brilliant inventor from Lyon gave to his creation that extra measure of harmony which places it on the boundary between the object of daily use and the work of art. A simple, strong, articulated lamp without electric cables in its joints. The definitive model was born in 1950. Robust and functional, this workshop light quickly won over a huge number of people.
More than 50 years later, Jieldé lamps are made in Lyon, using the same traditional techniques. All of them are numbered to ensure that they remain unique objects of art. From the Loft and Signal collections to the Zigzag and Augustin, all of them are timeless.
Jieldé lamps are icons of French industrial art, making them true must-haves for all fans of vintage styles. Jieldé lamps leave behind the industrial world and hit the mainstream in the early 90s. With many new models being established, it is now entering our living spaces. Jieldé, the most rigid working lamp in the world.