Wrought Iron
80

Art. No. 54-8

Design: Historical, circa 1800

Style:Renaissance72 cm89 cm

The crude and archaic iron is very versatile material. An experienced black smith can create raw and primal objects but also light and tender ornamentations with different techniques. Rural styles made great use of this options as well as religious designs.

Flemish
80

Art. No. 266-6

Design: Zahn, circa 1840

Style:Gothic48 cm57 cm

The acquisition of the archives of an important Dutch chandelier maker in the 1920s enables us to still manufacture originals of this style in nowhere else to be found perfection and authenticity. Our craftsmen create with these objects the most beautiful variants of antique finishes. In modern applications the original polished finish is most sought after.

Flemish
80

Art. No. 285-8

Design: Zahn, circa 1780

Style:Gothic48 cm68 cm

The acquisition of the archives of an important Dutch chandelier maker in the 1920s enables us to still manufacture originals of this style in nowhere else to be found perfection and authenticity. Our craftsmen create with these objects the most beautiful variants of antique finishes. In modern applications the original polished finish is most sought after.

Lobmeyr Historism
80

Art. No. 1061-8

Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1870

Style:Historism57 cm100 cm

The late 19th century Lobmeyr was the jewel in Austrias industry. We created stunning presentation of the Austrian hand crafting art, mirroring the creative impetus of Austria to that time. The few originals from this time are lovingly and carefully restored by our experienced craftsmen.

Wrought Iron
80

Art. No. 1100-4

Design: Historical, circa 1350

Style:Romanesque52 cm28 cm

The crude and archaic iron is very versatile material. An experienced black smith can create raw and primal objects but also light and tender ornamentations with different techniques. Rural styles made great use of this options as well as religious designs.

Wrought Iron
80

Art. No. 1100-8

Design: Historical, circa 1350

Style:Romanesque80 cm38 cm

The crude and archaic iron is very versatile material. An experienced black smith can create raw and primal objects but also light and tender ornamentations with different techniques. Rural styles made great use of this options as well as religious designs.

Josephine
80

Art. No. 1644-3

Design: Zahn, circa 1810

Style:Biedermeier56 cm85 cm

The predecessor to the later Biedermeier the Josephine items feature a stern clearness of shapes and designs. It is closely related to the French Directoire Empire. Many shapes and designs were later used in the Biedermeier. Common examples of this period are the typical pendant lamps suspended on multiple chains.

Josephine
80

Art. No. 1644-6

Design: Zahn, circa 1810

Style:Biedermeier56 cm85 cm

The predecessor to the later Biedermeier the Josephine items feature a stern clearness of shapes and designs. It is closely related to the French Directoire Empire. Many shapes and designs were later used in the Biedermeier. Common examples of this period are the typical pendant lamps suspended on multiple chains.

Russian Empire
80

Art. No. 1655-5

Design: Historical, circa 1860

Style:Empire60 cm110 cm

The Empire in northern Europe bore a unique style. Lofty shapes and gracious curves are predominant. In contrast to Central European models here the items feature lightness and shine with extensive crystal. Typical is a symbolism depicting the course of the sun with spirals or curved shapes.

Fruit
80

Art. No. 1867-KLO-4

Design: Historical, 1950

Style:Baroque40 cm54 cm

Biedermeier saw the emergence of colourful crystal pieces such as fruits as decorations on chandeliers. Especially baroque shapes presented themselves as perfect medium for this custom. In the late 1950s this trend was reinvented by us with aid of prominent designers.

Flemish
80

Art. No. 275-12

Design: Zahn, circa 1780

Style:Baroque65 cm67 cm

The acquisition of the archives of an important Dutch chandelier maker in the 1920s enables us to still manufacture originals of this style in nowhere else to be found perfection and authenticity. Our craftsmen create with these objects the most beautiful variants of antique finishes. In modern applications the original polished finish is most sought after.

Wood
80

Art. No. 03010-8

Design: Zahn, circa 1830

Style:Biedermeier72 cm90 cm

The emerging bourgeoisie craved for opulent lighting. Still they were stuck with cheaper materials than gold and crystal. This gave birth to the many types of wooden lighting fixtures depicting most predominant style since then. Even more so today wood is an interesting material for lighting in both an ecological context and a craft perspective.

Wood
80

Art. No. 03034-8

Design: Zahn, circa 1830

Style:Biedermeier70 cm85 cm

The emerging bourgeoisie craved for opulent lighting. Still they were stuck with cheaper materials than gold and crystal. This gave birth to the many types of wooden lighting fixtures depicting most predominant style since then. Even more so today wood is an interesting material for lighting in both an ecological context and a craft perspective.

Wood
80

Art. No. 3039-8

Design: Walter Franek, 1990

Style:Baroque80 cm90 cm

The emerging bourgeoisie craved for opulent lighting. Still they were stuck with cheaper materials than gold and crystal. This gave birth to the many types of wooden lighting fixtures depicting most predominant style since then. Even more so today wood is an interesting material for lighting in both an ecological context and a craft perspective.

Art Deco
80

Art. No. 3146-8

Design: Carl Witzmann, 1931

Style:Art Deco75 cm108 cm

Many inspirations found impact in objects from this period. Organic shapes were creatively digested as well as foreign architectural concepts. For us this epoch was very interesting as designs truly challenged our craftsmen. Breathtaking chandeliers were designed by Architects Wimmer or Lichtblau.

Art Deco
80

Art. No. 3205-7

Design: Eduard Josef Wimmer-Wisgrill, 1931

Style:Art Deco75 cm115 cm

Many inspirations found impact in objects from this period. Organic shapes were creatively digested as well as foreign architectural concepts. For us this epoch was very interesting as designs truly challenged our craftsmen. Breathtaking chandeliers were designed by Architects Wimmer or Lichtblau.

Bohemian Glass Arm
80

Art. No. 4636-8

Design: Historisch, 1720

Style:Baroque80 cm103 cm

Glass was one of the first materials used for lighting objects. In baroque chandeliers completely made from glass were created by Bohemian master glass makers influencing the chandelier tradition until now. We repeatedly drew from the lightness this techniques offer and created wonderful pieces in this tradition.

Haerdtl
80

Art. No. 4713-5

Design: Oswald Haerdtl, 1937

Style:Art Deco55 cm137 cm

The grace and loftiness of Haerdtls early works made him to one of the most important designers of his time. His Parisian Chandeliers for the World Exposition in Paris 1937 are among the most beautiful designs ever created.

Jugendstil
80

Art. No. 5201-6

Design: Zahn, circa 1910

Style:Jugendstil85 cm125 cm

Two trends were predominant in the Jugendstil: The floral tradition was strongly influenced by organic shapes and created lofty and playful piece whereas the geometric tradition took the pride in clear and pure layouts of the lines. In both traditions we had the joy of applying our experience in crafts.

Jugendstil
80

Art. No. 5249-5

Design: Zahn, circa 1910

Style:Jugendstil87 cm47 cm

Two trends were predominant in the Jugendstil: The floral tradition was strongly influenced by organic shapes and created lofty and playful piece whereas the geometric tradition took the pride in clear and pure layouts of the lines. In both traditions we had the joy of applying our experience in crafts.

Viennese Baroque
80

Art. No. 562-24

Design: Stefan Rath sen.

Style:Baroque110 cm120 cm

The modest Viennese Baroque features the elaborate crafting of iron, gilded with leaf gold. A significant example are the chandeliers in the Hofreitschule in Vienna. This technique was also influential the 1950s. We still manufacture this style in traditional materials using handed down techniques.

Viennese Baroque
80

Art. No. 6126-9

Design: Zahn, circa 1780

Style:Baroque75 cm90 cm

The modest Viennese Baroque features the elaborate crafting of iron, gilded with leaf gold. A significant example are the chandeliers in the Hofreitschule in Vienna. This technique was also influential the 1950s. We still manufacture this style in traditional materials using handed down techniques.

French Baroque
80

Art. No. 6693-9

Design: Historical, circa 1750

Style:Baroque70 cm115 cm

Drawing from the riches of the country the French tradition made great use of precious materials and elaborate techniques of hand crafting. Such astounding examples of opulence and glamour were created. But these were only a stage for the true riches of one: The simple candle!

Seventies
80

Art. No. 6969-7

Design: Lobmeyr, circa 1970

Style:Modern36 cm47 cm

After the sudden death of their father the fifth generation of owners embarked on a new journey. The Swarovski Crystals, made prominent internationally by us before were one important influence in this period. Another was the expertise for hand-cutting large crystals as centre pieces of chandeliers and not just finery.

Fruit
80

Art. No. 7090-O-6

Design: Lobmeyr, 1950

Style:Baroque65 cm100 cm

Biedermeier saw the emergence of colourful crystal pieces such as fruits as decorations on chandeliers. Especially baroque shapes presented themselves as perfect medium for this custom. In the late 1950s this trend was reinvented by us with aid of prominent designers.

Russian Empire
80

Art. No. 1607-16

Design: Historical, circa 1820

Style:Empire95 cm82 cm

The Empire in northern Europe bore a unique style. Lofty shapes and gracious curves are predominant. In contrast to Central European models here the items feature lightness and shine with extensive crystal. Typical is a symbolism depicting the course of the sun with spirals or curved shapes.

Russian Empire
80

Art. No. 1611-12

Design: Historical, circa 1800

Style:Empire80 cm100 cm

The Empire in northern Europe bore a unique style. Lofty shapes and gracious curves are predominant. In contrast to Central European models here the items feature lightness and shine with extensive crystal. Typical is a symbolism depicting the course of the sun with spirals or curved shapes.

Milano
80

Art. No. 2449-8u6

Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1906

Style:Historismus72 cm128 cm

With the advent of electric light wo collaborated with Thomas A. Edison and developed the first representative lighting using the new light. This enabled us to create chandeliers with the lights hidden in the body. The first items of this type were showcased at the Simplon Fair in Milano in 1906 which were milestones of a new style.

Lobmeyr Historism
80

Art. No. 2540-10

Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1883

Style:Historism70 cm100 cm

The late 19th century Lobmeyr was the jewel in Austrias industry. We created stunning presentation of the Austrian hand crafting art, mirroring the creative impetus of Austria to that time. The few originals from this time are lovingly and carefully restored by our experienced craftsmen.

Milano
80

Art. No. 2720-15

Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1905

Style:Historismus90 cm165 cm

With the advent of electric light wo collaborated with Thomas A. Edison and developed the first representative lighting using the new light. This enabled us to create chandeliers with the lights hidden in the body. The first items of this type were showcased at the Simplon Fair in Milano in 1906 which were milestones of a new style.

Bohemian Glass Arm
80

Art. No. 42426-8

Design: Stefan Rath, 1932

Style:Art Deco80 cm73 cm

Glass was one of the first materials used for lighting objects. In baroque chandeliers completely made from glass were created by Bohemian master glass makers influencing the chandelier tradition until now. We repeatedly drew from the lightness this techniques offer and created wonderful pieces in this tradition.

Bohemian Glass Arm
80

Art. No. 4636-12

Design: Historical, 1720

Style:Baroque90 cm130 cm

Glass was one of the first materials used for lighting objects. In baroque chandeliers completely made from glass were created by Bohemian master glass makers influencing the chandelier tradition until now. We repeatedly drew from the lightness this techniques offer and created wonderful pieces in this tradition.

Black-Gold
80

Art. No. 5003-15

Design: Historical, circa 1870

Style:Empire70 cm120 cm

Those two colours always carried elegance and nobility. Especially with lighting these shine brilliantly. The opulent lamps of the French Empire style are exquisite examples. For the elaborate cast elements we use the precious Kings Gold finish which can be polished by hand using semi-precious stones.

Vienna Biedermeier
80

Art. No. 5085-12

Design: Zahn, circa 1835

Style:Biedermeier90 cm122 cm

Influenced by French Empire Austria developed a humble type of bag-and-tent chandeliers. From this derived the typical "Wiener Grüstl," a delicate frame of brass with modest chains of crystal for decoration. Pieces of this type feature a modest elegance through unpretentious use of decorative fittings.

Black-Gold
80

Art. No. 5213-15

Design: Lobmeyr, circa 1870

Style:Empire59 cm94 cm

Those two colours always carried elegance and nobility. Especially with lighting these shine brilliantly. The opulent lamps of the French Empire style are exquisite examples. For the elaborate cast elements we use the precious Kings Gold finish which can be polished by hand using semi-precious stones.

Viennese Coffee House
80

Art. No. 5878-40

Design: Oswald Haerdtl, circa 1960

Style:Modern144 cm50 cm

The new confidence after the end of the war triggered in Vienna the new bloom of the coffee house as centre of social and cultural life. Many landmark projects were supported by creations of our workshops and design partners. The Café Prückl on Viennas Ringstraße is one of the best examples for our craft and the Zeitgeist of the time.

Viennese Coffee House
80

Art. No. 6343-8u1

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1967

Style:Modern38 cm54 cm

The new confidence after the end of the war triggered in Vienna the new bloom of the coffee house as centre of social and cultural life. Many landmark projects were supported by creations of our workshops and design partners. The Café Prückl on Viennas Ringstraße is one of the best examples for our craft and the Zeitgeist of the time.

Viennese Coffee House
80

Art. No. 6429-B-11

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1964

Style:Modern60 cm25 cm

The new confidence after the end of the war triggered in Vienna the new bloom of the coffee house as centre of social and cultural life. Many landmark projects were supported by creations of our workshops and design partners. The Café Prückl on Viennas Ringstraße is one of the best examples for our craft and the Zeitgeist of the time.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6660-D-11

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1966

Style:Modern60 cm40 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and gave birth to one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous with Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of designs. Now, 40 years later, this groundbreaking design is no less important.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6660-L-13

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1966

Style:Modern76 cm45 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and gave birth to one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous with Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of designs. Now, 40 years later, this groundbreaking design is no less important.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6660-L-16

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1966

Style:Modern100 cm55 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and gave birth to one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous with Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of designs. Now, 40 years later, this groundbreaking design is no less important.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6660-26

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1963

Style:Modern130 cm65 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and gave birth to one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous with Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of designs. Now, 40 years later, this groundbreaking design is no less important.

Seventies
80

Art. No. 6719-A-12

Design: Ceno Kosak, 1966

Style:Modern42 cm56 cm

After the sudden death of their father the fifth generation of owners embarked on a new journey. The Swarovski Crystals, made prominent internationally by us before were one important influence in this period. Another was the expertise for hand-cutting large crystals as centre pieces of chandeliers and not just finery.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6725-C-16

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1963

Style:Modern85 cm48 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and bore one oft he most significant design of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous for Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of desgins Now, 40 years later the importance of this ground breaking design is none the less.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6725-L-16

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1963

Style:Modern100 cm55 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and bore one of the most significant designs of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous for Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of designs Now, 40 years later the importance of this ground breaking design is none the less.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6725-L-36

Design: Hans Harald Rath, 1963

Style:Modern180 cm90 cm

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and bore one oft he most significant design of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous for Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of desgins Now, 40 years later the importance of this ground breaking design is none the less.

Metropolitan
80

Art. No. 6867-B-12

Design: Page Donhauser, 1968

Style:Modern85 cm38 cm 53

The chandeliers for the Metropolitan Opera in New York were the most important project of this period and bore one oft he most significant design of the 20th century. The Met Chandelier is not only synonymous for Lobmeyr, it is also the cradle for a whole range of desgins Now, 40 years later the importance of this ground breaking design is none the less.

Fruit
80

Art. No. 7090-O-18

Design: Lobmeyr, 1950

Style:Baroque85 cm120 cm

Biedermeier saw the emergence of colourful crystal pieces such as fruits as decorations on chandeliers. Especially baroque shapes presented themselves as perfect medium for this custom. In the late 1950s this trend was reinvented by us with aid of prominent designers.

Arabian
80

Art. No. 40570-6u3

Design: Lobmeyr, 1975

Style:Arabic70 cm105 cm

Early as 1870 Lobmeyr was one the prime suppliers for lighting in the Middle East. Styles developed for this market were also sought after in Europe. A second period of active work in the Middle East saw the 1970s and 80s. Milestones here are the Grand Mosques of Mecca and Medina thus creating modern Arab heritage.

Russian Empire
80

Art. No. 40679-12

Design: Lobmeyr, circa 1900

Style:Empire100 cm140 cm

The Empire in northern Europe bore a unique style. Lofty shapes and gracious curves are predominant. In contrast to Central European models here the items feature lightness and shine with extensive crystal. Typical is a symbolism depicting the course of the sun with spirals or curved shapes.

Lobmeyr Historism
80

Art. No. 41064-11

Design: Ludwig Lobmeyr, 1883

Style:Historism90 cm102 cm

The late 19th century Lobmeyr was the jewel in Austria's industry. We created stunning presentation of the Austrian hand crafting art, mirroring the creative impetus of Austria to that time. The few originals from this time are lovingly and carefully restored by our experienced craftsmen.

Hoffmann
80

Art. No. 41085-22

Design: Josef Hoffmann, 1914

Style:Jugendstil76 cm130 cm

Josef Hoffmann was not only close friend with Ludwig Lobmeyr. He also relied on him for most of his designs in crystal as well as in lighting. So Hoffmann became one of our most influential designers of the early 20th century. The most outstanding creation is the Cologne Chandelier for the Werkbund Exhibition in 1914, since then on show in Viennas MAK.

Arabian
80

Art. No. 41201-20

Design: Peter Rath, 1986

Style:Arabic130 cm160 cm

Early as 1870 Lobmeyr was one the prime suppliers for lighting in the Middle East. Styles developed for this market were also sought after in Europe. A second period of active work in the Middle East saw the 1970s and 80s. Milestones here are the Grand Mosques of Mecca and Medina thus creating modern Arab heritage.

Hoffmann
80

Art. No. 41475-12

Design: Josef Hoffmann, 1914

Style:Jugendstil57 cm106 cm

Josef Hoffmann was not only close friend with Ludwig Lobmeyr. He also relied on him for most of his designs in crystal as well as in lighting. So Hoffmann became one of our most influential designers of the early 20th century. The most outstanding creation is the Cologne Chandelier for the Werkbund Exhibition in 1914, since then on show in Viennas MAK.

Milano
80

Art. No. 42283-12

Design: Stefan Rath, 1920

Style:Modern50 cm65 cm

With the advent of electric light wo collaborated with Thomas A. Edison and developed the first representative lighting using the new light. This enabled us to create chandeliers with the lights hidden in the body. The first items of this type were showcased at the Simplon Fair in Milano in 1906 which were milestones of a new style.

Traditional
80

Art. No. 42394-13

Design: David Collins, 2006

Style:Modern75 cm55 cm

Following our credo we crave to create new lighting ideas. Some instantly soar the market while others never make it to the drawing board. Some then emerge after decades as lost treasures or secret heroes. Our vast archives as well as close contact to architects and designers are sources of inspirations as is living with light.

Traditional
80

Art. No. 42482-LT-20

Design: Marco Dessí, 2010

Style:Modern52 cm90 cm

Following our credo we crave to create new lighting ideas. Some instantly soar the market while others never make it to the drawing board. Some then emerge after decades as lost treasures or secret heroes. Our vast archives as well as close contact to architects and designers are sources of inspirations as is living with light.

Traditional
80

Art. No. 42482-G-20

Design: Marco Dessí, 2010

Style:Modern52 cm90 cm

Following our credo we crave to create new lighting ideas. Some instantly soar the market while others never make it to the drawing board. Some then emerge after decades as lost treasures or secret heroes. Our vast archives as well as close contact to architects and designers are sources of inspirations as is living with light.

Haerdtl
80

Art. No. 5894-10u1

Design: Oswald Haerdtl, 1955

Style:Modern66 cm54 cm

The grace and loftiness of Haerdtls early works made him to one of the most important designers of his time. His Parisian Chandeliers for the World Exposition in Paris 1937 are among the most beautiful designs ever created.

World Wide
80

Art. No. 42343-187

Design: Stefan Rath, 2003

Style:Modern100 cm1930 cm

In close collaboration with the architect and the principal we can best play all our competencies to create groundbreaking designs and technical achievements. The uniqueness of a situation, technical prerequisites, some mere architectural hindrances or special request by the designer or the principal often produce bespoke creations that spark new lines and ideas.

British Glass Arm
80

Art. No. 42442-18u15

Design: Historical, circa 1900

Style:Historism138 cm220 cm

The British Isles are home to a flourishing glass culture. In lighting here a unique style with heavily cut items and opulent shapes is to be found. Based on this style we developed similar items in the midst of the 20th century. Today we also manufacture authentic copies of classical models from this type.