Mid century Gargoyle lamp by Jean-Maurice Rothschild c1950 French
An unusual lamp based on his series of coffee tables with Gargoyles underneath, he was influenced by his connections in Paris and so hence the gargoyles.
It is made of Resin to look like Oak and with good solid metal mounts
The lamp shade is not provided
This will be re-wired and tested to USA or UK and European standards ready to install.
Jean-Maurice Rothschild 1902-1998
He was a decorator and designer of furniture
He studied at La Bouille and then worked for Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann where he was an arisan and designer
After this he set up on his own with Muro and Ducreuzet
Like Andre Arbus and Jacques Adnet they all worked to produce on the great Boats where he worked in 1935 to work on the Normandie
He was asked to design the restaurant at Eiffel Tower, interiors of the Ambassador of London, the Miami Nightclub in Paris and also the interior design of the Hotel de Ville de Cachen which is now an historic building
He became an architect of interiors and he produced works for the Monnaie de Paris, Assemblie Nationale and the Palais de l'Eysee