A pair of four-light Dutch wall fixtures, around 1880

A pair of four-light Dutch wall fixtures, around 1880

Price: Price on request

Offered by Cor van der Heijden Antique Clocks



A pair of four-light Dutch wall fixtures, around 1880 A pair of four-light Dutch wall fixtures, around 1880

The brass cast wall fixtures are made up of two parts. The first is the wall fixture and the second is the four-armed crown.

The brass cast wall fixtures are made up of two parts. The first is the wall fixture and the second is the four-armed crown. The trunk of the wall fixture is cast in one piece in a number of profiled elements. At the top a mushroom and at the bottom a sphere that ends in a drop, in the middle a ring to which the suspension fixture is attached. The crown is hung from this by means of a chain. The crown has a trunk with an eye at the top, underneath it three profiled ornaments that rest on a mushroom and finally a sphere that ends in a drop. Four arms are attached to the intermediate ring. These arms and the suspension fixture are decorated with curling C-scrolls both upwards and downwards. The arms end in wide saucer-shaped grease traps that support the candle holders.

Origin
The Netherlands
Period
19th century
Material
Brass
Reference
100-33
Sizes
63 cm

Offered by

Cor van der Heijden Antique Clocks

't Hofke 28
5374 HE Schaijk
The Netherlands

+31(0)6 51 169 169
http://www.clocksantique.nl

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