Four-branch chandelier

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Category: Lighting
Artists: Bauer Leopold

Leopold Bauer was particularly close to the Spaun family. In Klostermühle, he designed their villa including its fittings and furnishings. Numerous lamps, flower vases and table decorations, which he designed in 1903, were produced using the so-called flash glass technique.

About the artist Lötz Witwe / E. Bakalowits Söhne
Designed by Leopold Bauer, Vienna, around 1903
Executed by E. Bakalowits Söhne, Vienna, around 1903; original lamp shades by Lötz Witwe, Klostermühle
Material Brass, polished and stove enamelled, 4 glass lamp shades, 15 solid transparent glass bulbs, wiring renewed, easily adjustable to the height of the room, Décor: Kristall Texas (flash glass)
Dimensions H 180 cm, Ø 50 cm, Ø 38 cm (ceiling top)
Provenance Private collection, Vienna