At the end of the years 1940, wearied not to find a luminary adapted to his activity of general mechanics, Jean-Louis Domecq draws one of them. The final drawing is fixed in April 1950. It perfectly corresponds to the requirement specifications fixed: simple, robust and articulated in order to adapt to all working stations. In 1953, he creates a compagny dedicated to the marketing of his lamp and whose his initial will form the name : Ji eL Dé. Since this date, this lamp called Standard by customers, never ceased being product produced and will move by all small keys according to the standards and will adapt sometimes to the needs for some specific applications. The Jieldé lamps are recognized as being icons of the french industrial art. They are always manufactured in Lyon (France) with the same old gestures, all are numbered in order to remain single. In detail: Type : Wall light. Colour : Chocolate. Material : Stainless steel - Ceramic socket. Dimensions : Arm : Length 2 x 30 cm - W (ring) 12,5 cm - Reflector : Ø 10 cm - Wall support : Ø 6 cm. Characteristics : Articulated arm : 2 segments - Bulb (not included) : 1 x 40W max E14 - Adjustable diffuser - No visible thread from the base to the head (electric circuit by internal connections arms and ball-and-socket joints) - Numbered lamp with a plate of firm (riveted on the base of the shade) - Made in France.