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Oswald Haerdtl, 1937


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    The Parisian Series
    Designed for the World Exhibition in Paris 1937 the chandelier is perhaps the most prominent work of Oswald Haerdtl, one of our most important designers. It is the best example of Haerdtl’s play with light floral shapes and heavily cut crystal. The lavish beauty of the brass work calls for the highest skills of our experienced artisans.
    The shorter version 4713-K-5 at Stockholm's Ett Hem Hotel
    The short version at Stockholm's Ett Hem Hotel
    Parrisian wall sconce
    Parisian wall sconce

    The original design is long and narrow and loves high-ceilinged rooms. The slender body emanates a noble elegance. It never dominates a space but serves as a jewellery-like centerpiece.

    The short version as well as sconce and floor lamp opens a wider field of options also suitable for lower rooms.

    Brass, hand-cut crystal;
    French gold
    optional: Antique brass or nickel finish

    4713-5: Ø: 55 cm, h: 137 cm; 10 kg; 5 E14/E12, max.W.: 300
    4713-K-5: Ø 55cm, h: 89 cm; 9 kg; 5 E14/E12, max.W.: 30

    Wall sconce
    4713-W-2: h: 60 cm, w: 30 cm, p: 20 cm; 2 kg; 2x E14/E12; max. W.: 120

    Floor lamp
    42436-BL-3: Ø: 55 cm, h: 170 cm; 20 kg; 3 E14/E12, max.W.: 180

    Parisian floor lamp
    Parisian floor lamp
    Bending of the floral details of the Parisian chandelier
    Bending of the Parisian chandelier's floral details.

    The tender frame is made of very delicate brass parts, artfully bent and twisted into floral curves. A polished golden finish gives it a brilliant presence.
    Richly cut and polished crystals in unique shapes adorn the fixture for a subtle sparkle.

    Parisian chandelier at Stockholm's Ett Hem Hotel