Chandelier by Kaiser Leuchten

S/N:2CF230

  • £675.00
  • €791 Euro
  • $875 US Dollar

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Chandelier by Kaiser Leuchten

20TH CENTURY FILTH
Beautiful chandelier by the renowned German lighting company Kaiser Leuchten who are commonly known for their association with The Bauhaus.
I can't overstate the quality of this light - there are four very thick, textured, handblown parts to it that are attached onto a chrome metal central frame.
Four bulb holders that each take 1 e27 screw in bulb.
These are visible from certain angles so you could fit some of the stunning decorative bulbs that are available nowadays.
Please note this has not been hardwired for the photos - the light you can see is a reflection off the ceiling!
Its a lovely example of the high quality lighting that came out of Germany during the 70s.
This is wired for the UK, the wiring has been checked and PAT tested. I suggest this is checked and fitted by a qualified electrician.
Please note that the height measurement below excludes the chain. The length of the chain as is (up to the top of the ceiling rose) is 65cms, which could easily have links removed or added to to suit.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 50cm (19.69in)
  • W: 45cm (17.72in)
  • D: 45cm (17.72in)

Period: 

c. 1970

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20TH CENTURY FILTH

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East Sussex
TN38, UK
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20th Century Filth is run by Sandra Carter who left a career in advertising and life in London for the seafront in St Leonards on Sea; an area already known for it’s antiques and vintage shops.

Having renovated a few properties which fuelled her interest (read: obsession) with all forms of mid-century design, she’s gone from being tasked with hunting down specific items for family, friends and Clients to focusing full time on sourcing beautiful pieces from France, Italy, Germany and the UK.

She offers a variety of antiques and design from late 18th century to the 1980s, but with a specialist interest in mid century lighting. 

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