Ca. 1910, Netherlands
Substantial New Art lamp with early Amsterdam School influences, originating from a Utrecht Library (owl, symbol of wisdom). The lamp, presumably designed and manufactured by Jac. Jacobs depicts a forest scene, four owls (in the top) in a pine tree with pine cones. Jac. Jacobs was a metalworker and was known for his wall and ceiling lamps, ornamental plates often with animal motifs such as deer, owls and squirrels.
Unique, actually it belongs in a museum.
The lamp is made of copper and the branches, pine cones and owls can be clearly distinguished. The lamp is equipped with 10 lights. The upholstered lampshades at the top and bottom have been redone with silk, resembling the original, this was completely decayed. The electricity has been checked and the lamp is equipped with its original fittings with 10 LEDs which together ensure that the load does not exceed 60 watts.
Length from ceiling 110 cm
Diameter top light 40 cm
Diameter bottom 63 cm
Viewing by appointment is possible through the auctioneer's mediation. Preference for pick up due to fragility, despite professional packing and registered and insured shipping, the risk of defects etc are for the buyer. Shipping abroad on request before the auction ends. Delivery ...
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