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Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery
Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's - Spirit Gallery

Art Deco Chandelier by Muller Freres, France, 1930's

€2,300.00

  
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A fine chandelier signed "Freres Muller Luneville" with winged bronze structure and notorious glass engravings. This creation is an example of their later Art Deco styled lighting fixtures in the 1930's. 


Additional Information
Origin: France
In the style of: Art Nouveau
Date of Manufacture: 1930's
Materials and techniques:  
- Bronze
- Engraved glass
Condition: Excellent vintage condition, rewired and tested 
Wear: Signs of wear consistent with age and use 
Dimensions: Height 90 cm I Length 62 cm I Depth 62 cm 
Weight: 8,5 kg 
Number of items: 1
Purchasable on 1stDibs or by clicking on "Make an Enquiry" down below. 

 

About les Freres Muller
(Muller Brothers) in Luneville, France, was one of the premier glassmakers of the period. The Mullers produced art glass competing with Daum and Galle from 1895 till the war intervened in 1914. Resuming production in 1919, the company concentrated on ceiling fixtures, wall sconces and table lamps. The Depression caused Muller Freres to cease production in 1933 and finally close down in 1936.
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