Sacher wall sconce by LOBMEYR

Sacher wall sconce


Designer Ludwig Lobmeyr
Launched in 1883
ID 41063-2
Architonic id 1101790

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This line is one of the first chandeliers ever to be designed and produced for electrical light bulbs in collaboration with Thomas A. Edison for the Viennese Hotel Sacher. The other projects rivalling for being the first electrical chandelier are the Office of the Lord Mayor of Vienna and the Imperial Hofburg Palace. Typical element of these early electrical chandeliers is the light bulbs mounted in a hanging position. This was a requirement for technical reasons.

W.: 38 cm, H.: 40 cm; Weight: 3 kg
Material: Brass, lead-free glass; Finish: Polished
Lights: 2 x E27; Max. Wattage: 120 W
Special requests: Kings Gold finished metal parts

This product is compatible with lamps belonging to energy classes: A,B,C,D

The product is sold with a lamp belong to the energy class: C,D

Energy classes on a scale of A++ (highest efficiency) to E (lowest efficiency).

Designer: Ludwig Lobmeyr

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