Rijksmuseum 800.1: 17th Century Model Copper Chandelier With 6 Lamps H54xB57

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The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is one of 16 national museums in the Netherlands. Its collection includes pieces by 17th-century Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals and provides an overview of Dutch art and history. The Rijksmuseum has been housed in the building designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers since 1885. The 2-storey Rijksmuseum 800.3 model is a faithful copy of the spherical chandelier that hangs in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The 800.1 model is similar to the upper chandelier and the 800.2 is similar to the lower chandelier.

Reminiscent of Dutch design, the Rijksmuseum 800.1 single-tier chandelier lights up with six solid copper arms protruding from the handmade frame measuring 54 cm by 57 cm. This chandelier is modelled after the Golden Age original on display at the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Curling ornaments surround this graceful round fixture. Although inspired by an ancient museum piece, this beautiful chandelier is modernly wired for use today. With its rich, lustrous glow and intricate craftsmanship, the Rijksmuseum 800.1 is a tribute to the Netherlands' long tradition of mastery in metal art.

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