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Berlin 5 armed chandelier, exclusive handmade brass lamp in Art nouveau style

Berlin 5 armed chandelier

Berlin 5 armed chandelier

The aerial, low-key 5 armed Berlin chandelier is decorated with simple geometric motives. The graceful lamp will surely awe those looking for lightness in their average sized livingroom or salon. The meticulously chiselled chandelier is fitted with 244 manually threaded delicate tubes which form a dense glass curtain. Once the light is on, wonderful reflections appear on its surface, resulting in magical atmosphere in the interior. Should you wish, we can fit the lamp with Murano-style glass shades. The lamp is a unique, handmade Hungarian product. It is made of pure brass in shiny, antique and nickel finishes. Its 5 E27 sockets are porcelain ones, so it can be fitted with traditional and LED bulbs. Just like any other lamp with glass tubes, it is delivered with extra ones.Take a really close look at the lamp: it is, just like every lamp of ours, crafted with great care, just like a piece of jewellery. Our well-known trademark is proportionality, which took years to design and refine.In order to manufacture the lamp 14 to 16 work stages are required, depending on the finish. Handicraft technology is time consuming (some work stages take hours), it requires wide knowledge and expertise.

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Height
85 cm
Minimum height
62 cm
Width
68 cm
Weight
4.4 kg
Finish
antique,shiny brass, matt brass, shiny nickel, matt nickel
Capacity
5x75 W E27
Material
brass
Optional finish
Optional finish
Tags
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Collection
Berlin

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