Saskia 474: 19th Century Model Copper Wall Chandelier With 1 Lamp H31xB28

384500 inc. VAT

Born into a prominent Frisian family in 1612, Saskia Uylenburgh married the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn in 1634. Their loving union inspired some of Rembrandt's most famous works, as Saskia often acted as his muse. She was a steadfast partner, arranged the couple's finances and drafted her will with Rembrandt in 1635 while pregnant with their first child. Saskia brought grace and wisdom to their relationship, which is evident in the ethereal beauty Rembrandt captured in portraits of his wife that stand up today as 17th-century masterpieces, immortalising her spirit and their bond.

An example of 19th-century Dutch design, the Saskia 475 wall chandelier illuminates two gracefully curved copper arms in a refined frame measuring 31 cm high and 28 cm wide. Modernly wired while retaining old-world charm, this antique wall lamp is embellished with metal scrolls that frame the round copper armature. With its warm, atmospheric glow, the Saskia 475 fits beautifully alongside Dutch chandeliers such as the Rembrandt and Rijksmuseum chandeliers. With its delicate proportions and handcrafted details, this graceful two-armed chandelier pays homage to Holland's long tradition of mastery in metal art.

The wax candle wall chandelier Saskia combines well with the wax candle Rembrandt chandelier.

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