antique chandelier

antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier
antique chandelier

Antique art deco chandelier. The frame is made of forged metal, the shades are frosted glass. Chandelier produced by the famous factory of the Muller brothers. Has nine lights. The glass element is engraved with Muller Freres. France, 1930sThe eminent surname Müller (nine brothers and one sister) comes from Kalhausen on the Moselle. Since 1885, the two older brothers Muller - Desire and Eugene, masters of glass carving and engraving, began to work at the oldest French factory Saint-Louis, in the workshop of E. Galle in Nancy. A little later, they are joined by younger brothers - Victor, Pierre and Henri.


By 1895, Henri opened his own glass workshop in Luneville. And already in 1898, the brothers who left Halle and the younger sister joined Henri, who took over the leadership of the family business, and the company was called the Muller Brothers and Co.


Müller artisans are committed followers of the methods of E. Galle in working with laminated glass. Throughout the existence of the company, in the process of processing products, they try to multiply the number of superimposed layers of glass (during blowing, about seven colored layers were often used, followed by various decorations). The products of the factory have always been distinguished by high manufacturability and a variety of artistic processing techniques. For this reason, the Müller masters are still unsurpassed in this technique.The greatest success of the company bro. Müller dates back to 1920 - early 1930s. Its products were presented in stores in Nancy, as well as in Paris.