Pair of 1950s Plexiglass and Brass Church Pendants by Architect Rudolf Schwarz

Schwarz, Rudolf
Chandeliers & Pendants

Plexiglass and brass pendant lamps by German architect Rudolf Schwarz, designed in 1952 and produced by Frensch Lampen & Beleuchtung, Three light bulbs captured in nine plexiglass petals, held together by a brass top and closed at the ceiling with a brass canopy. Schwarz used this model in a few of the churches he designed. Total drop is 110 cm Height of the plexiglass petals is 62 cm Diamater per shade is 21 cm.

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