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A GERMAN CUT-GLASS AND GILT-BRONZE TWENTY-FOUR LIGHT CHANDELIER
PROPERTY FROM GUT ELLENBACH IN SANDERSHAUSEN
A GERMAN CUT-GLASS AND GILT-BRONZE TWENTY-FOUR LIGHT CHANDELIER

IN THE MANNER OF KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

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A GERMAN CUT-GLASS AND GILT-BRONZE TWENTY-FOUR LIGHT CHANDELIER IN THE MANNER OF KARL FRIEDRICH SCHINKEL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY The quiver-shaped shaft issuing two tiers of scrolling foliate branches, hung with faceted drops, above the scrolling branches with fluted nozzles and glass drip-pans 39 in. (99 cm.) high; 48 in. (122 cm.) diameter
Provenance
By repute previously in the conference hall of the headquarters of the Berlin bureau of Credit commissioned by Wilhelm Carl Franz Schimmelpfeng (1841-1913) in circa 1900.
By descent to Hans A. Schimmelpfeng.

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This chandelier is virtually identical to a chandelier given as a present by Tsar Nicholas II to Kaiser Wilhelm II.

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