Carl Fagerlund Orrefors chandeliers a pair


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Carl Fagerlund Orrefors chandeliers a pair

Carl Fagerlund Orrefors chandeliers, a matching pair, gold glass leaves on a brass frame, 5 lights, 1960`s ca, Sweden.

This pair of chandeliers have been thoroughly cleaned respecting the vintage patina; both newly rewired & earthed, in full working order & ready to install. Light bulbs included. It is possible to install these lights in other countries although it may be necessary to purchase different light bulbs suitable to local electricity. They can be used with a dimmer.

This pair of Modernist chandeliers are attributed to Carl Fagerlund for Orrefors Lighting. The quality solid brass frame with 5 gold tone large glass leaves together create an elegant & organic-shaped composition . The gold/amber colour tone of the glass, rarely seen in this design, adds a warm glow to these pieces.

The Neoclassical elegant form with naturalistic-like glass leaves make a sculptural pair that would suit a range of interiors from Traditional to Art Deco, French, Hollywood Regency, 70`s Glamour or Contemporary.

Each frame is in solid polished brass. It has a main vertical tubular column with 5 horizontal arms in a sunburst shape. Each arm curves upwards to complete the leaf design. The 5 removable glass shades attach internally to each arm by two decorative brass screws. At the bottom, the frame is finished with a decorative solid brass finial.

Each sculptural clear glass shade is shaped with a texture pattern like a leaf. The curved base of the glass rests on the brass arm giving this piece depth & volume. The 5 glass shades have an external gloss finish. The internal side has a layer of sparkling specks of crystal shards which further contribute to the depth & reflections .

The 5 lamp holders have solid brass tube covers and each carries a big standard screw light bulb E27 up to 60 Watts each. At present fitted & photographed with 25 Watts Candle clear light bulbs, that are included in the price.

At the top of the frame there is a decorative hook where a brass chain attaches. At the top of the chain there is another vertical tubular brass portion with a ring and the original vintage solid brass ceiling cup, where inside there is an S hook to fit the piece to the ceiling.

The solid brass frame is in very good condition with the original clear lacquer present. The brass has a warm antique patina giving character. The 10 glass shades are all in excellent condition, apart from two of them that have a small hairline close to one of the holes (as photographed), hardly noticeable.

Packing is offered free of charge. We take special professional care while packing. For safe transport, all the glass pieces will be removed from the frame and individually bubble wrapped. These pair of chandeliers easily fits within a box for shipping.

Additional Dimensions:

Height of only the frame (without the chain) is 37 cm.

Each glass leaf has a Height of 27 cm, Width of 17 cm & Depth of 8 cm.

ORREFORS LIGHTING HISTORY - Orrefors Glasbruk was founded in Orrefors, Sweden in 1898. Read more on Roomscape`s Blog about the company and it`s most influential designer Carl Fagerlund Orrefors Lighting in Sweden.


  • H: 88cm (34.65in)
  • W: 40cm (15.75in)
  • D: 40cm (15.75in)



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