Austrian Secessionist Brass Chandelier
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This unique brass Jugendstil period chandelier comes from Vienna Austria, and is believed to date from the period of the Viennese Secession ( Sezession ), c1900. Its dangling glass spheres, sockets and circular brass frame are features seen in works by Josef Hoffmann and Koloman Moser, but the piece is unmarked and the designer and maker are unknown. It measures approximately 12" across, and 26" from the bottom to the middle mounting plate, which sits about 26-28" below the top ceiling plate. Wired for use in U.S. and all three sockets are in good working order. Glass globes are not original, but the cut crystal orbs above the light fixtures are original. There are 1-2 links missing from two of the three chain supports.
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