Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp, vue 01
Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp, vue 01
Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp, vue 01
Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp, vue 01
Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp, vue 01

Jean Royère, “Antibes” floorlamp

Jean Royère (1902-1981)

"Antibes" floorlamp
Circa 1948

This "Antibes" floor in gilded patina metal is made of a tubular stem standing on a tripod base with scrolls.
Nine lightings are set all around this central stem.
Eight bent metal stems are set in shape of star all around this stem while the last one is set on the top.

Height 173 cm (68 1⁄4 in) - Diameter 97 cm (38 1⁄4 in)

Provenance:
Collection privée in which there was also a pair of "Sphère" table lamps as well as a coffee table "Sphère".

Literature:
- Jean Royère's archives, Cabinets des Arts Graphiques, MAD, Paris: Blueprint from 1937; Blueprint numbered 2445, annotated Dreyfus Rose and dated from 1957; drawing of a complete project annotated Senor Ordonez
- Jean Royère's archives, MAD, Paris: Photo album N°1, photo numérotée 419
- Mobilier & Décoration, September 1937
- "Jean Royère, décorateur à Paris", exhibition catalogue, Musée des arts décoratifs, Paris, 1999, éd. Norma, p. 16, view of the Jean Royère gallery in Paris
- "Jean Royère", P-E Martin Vivier, éd. Norma, Paris, 2002, p. 231
- "Jean Royère", P-E Martin Vivier, éd. Norma, Paris, 2017, p. 39