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$ 3,500

1 of the 2 Fabulous Emil Stejnar Snowball Orbit Sputnik Chandeliers, Austria

Documentation Documented elsewhere (exact item)
Origin Austria
Period 1950-1979
Materials Brass, Steel, Glass.
H. 42.13 in; Diam. 17.72 in;
H. 107.01 cm; Diam. 45.01 cm;
Condition Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
Creation Date 1955
Description A pair of seventeen-light brass Sputnik fixtures with copious amounts of Austrian crystals by Emil Stejnar for Nikoll. Cosmological. Measures: Ø 17".

This glamorous delicate brass ‘Snowball’ Sputnik chandelier is also known as ‘pusteblume’ or ‘snowflake’ and is made in Vienna, circa midcentury. This magnificent Sputnik chandelier is in excellent condition and complete working. The lamp is covered with Austrian crystal balls and flowers which scatter the light in a unique and very charming way by the 17 small Editson (E14) light sockets.

Please note that the price is for the set.

Emil Stejnar (1939) is an Austrian born gold and silver smith, a hermetic magician as well as a famous author and astrologer in many German speaking countries. He is known as the spiritual successor to Franz Bardon and has worked with, corrected and expended Bardon’s works for more than 50 years.

Heavy quality and in perfect condition. Cleaned, well-wired and ready to use. The chandelier can be disassembled and the crystals individually wrapped for easy transport.
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 354962
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