Six-flame chandelier, Max Kruger-Berlin, brass, cast, Berlin, ca. 1923
In a particularly refined manner, this chandelier is based on a design by Max Kruger-Berlin.
The design language inspired by nature is translated into reduced ornaments. With attention to detail, the focus is on the motif of the stylized crescent moon, which is repeated in different sizes and orientations. A string of 12 moons alternating with 6 floral elements create a circle that holds the frame together. Another 6 crescent-shaped moons project outward. On them, six lacy cones each support a light bulb. At the same time, the light source can be seen quite openly as part of the sophisticated composition.
In the center, the lighting fixture is given a playful touch by a suspended dark green tassel.
Monday to Friday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.