Canneman 170.3: 17th Century Model Copper Chandelier With 18 Lamps H100xB100

27.17727.800 inc. VAT

Elias Canneman (1933-1970) is the name of a former chief architect of monument conservation. He was entrusted with extensive projects after World War II, including the Belfry of Sluis, Walenburg Castle, Duivenvoorde Castle, the Nieuwe Kerk and the Markiezenhof. Canneman was also particularly concerned with the fate of traditional Dutch chandeliers. He provided Brink & van Keulen with advice on the yellow casting craft and recommendations for maintenance and restoration.

Grandiose in stature but refined in form, the 18-arm Canneman 170.3 chandelier brings antique allure to a modern setting. The imposing 100 cm high and wide two-tiered solid copper fixture imitates an ornate 17th-century Dutch original with hand-detailed scrollwork swirling across the frame. Although designed centuries ago, this striking chandelier is suitable for contemporary use and bathes rooms in warm, decadent illumination. With its masterful construction and radiant ambience reminiscent of the Golden Age, the Canneman 170.3 combines old-world opulence with new-world functionality.

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