American Ceiling Light, 1900

Re-Editions

Re-Editions

Ref. 89009/6

HEIGHT : 18 cm / 7.00 inch

18 cm / 7.00 inch

DIAMETER : 70 cm / 28.00 inch

70 cm / 28.00 inch

STOCK : Made to Order

Made to Order

MATERIAL : Bronze

Bronze

LOCATION : Gargas, France

Gargas, France

17,244
American Ceiling Light,1900 based on the work of Edward F. Caldwell. 6 bulbs light up the structure in between the two suns.

Edward F. Caldwell & Co. was a premier lighting designer and manufacturer from the late 19th century to the mid 20th century. The firm was well known for high quality lighting fixtures in bronze, iron, silver, brass, and copper. They also excelled at creating historically-inspired fixtures that were adapted for electric technology. Pieces were photographed after they were produced, and the Smithsonian Institution is now home to the E.F. Caldwell & Co. collection, with over 50,000 images, including 37,000 photographs and 13,000 original design drawings. Many Caldwell pieces can still be found in a number of esteemed locales, including Rockefeller Center, the Andrew Carnegie residence, and the White House.
Plafonnier Soleil Américain 1900 d’après Edward F. Caldwel avec 6 ampoules entre les deux soleils. Edward F. Caldwell & Co. était un fabricant d'éclairage de premier plan de la fin du 19e siècle au milieu du 20e siècle. L'entreprise était connue pour ses luminaires de haute qualité en bronze, fer, argent, laiton et cuivre. Ils ont également excellé dans la création de luminaires d'inspiration historique adaptés à la technologie électrique. Les pièces ont été photographiées après leur production, et la Smithsonian Institution abrite désormais la collection E.F. Caldwell & Co., avec plus de 50 000 images, dont 37 000 photographies et 13 000 dessins de conception originaux. De nombreuses pièces de Caldwell se trouvent encore dans un certain nombre de lieux réputés, notamment le Rockefeller Center, la résidence Andrew Carnegie et la Maison Blanche.

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