Brink 1953.24: 19th Century Model Copper Chandelier With 24 Lamps H82xB82

11.528 inc. VAT

Brothers Egbert and Anton Brink, both metal casters by profession, founded Brink en van Keulen in 1946, together with Marinus Leendert van Keulen. They had a workshop on the Koudehorn in Haarlem. At the request and idea of Canneman, chief architect at the Rijksdienst voor de Monumentenzorg, the company specialised in making copper chandeliers, manufacturing replicas of old Dutch crowns and restoring old crowns. Anton Brink's son Willem also worked in the business for many years, learning the trade from his father. Followed by his daughter Sabine, the third generation of the Brink family business.

Grandiose yet refined, the Brink 1953.24 chandelier makes a striking statement with 24 gracefully flared copper arms. Measuring 82 cm in height and width, this impressive 19th-century fixture features ornate metal scrollwork along each tier. Designed in an era of decadent ornamentation, this hollow copper chandelier is now wired for contemporary use. With its hand-forged details and radiant ambience, the Brink 1953.24 immerses modern spaces in ancient splendour. As bold as it is elegant in form, this chandelier is a paragon of Dutch mastery of metal art.

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