20th Century Swedish Orrefors Glass, Brass Leaf Ceiling Light by Carl Fagerlund
A round, vintage Mid-Century modern Swedish ceiling light, lamp made of hand blown smoked Orrefors glass, designed by Carl Fagerlund and produced by Orrefors in good condition. The Scandinavian chandelier, pendant is supported by a polished brass stem composed with eleven detailed leaf shades, featuring a three light socket. The wires have been renewed. Wear consistent with age and use. Circa 1940 – 1950, Sweden, Scandinavia.
Fixture: 16" H x 12" diameter
Leaf: 10" H
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Carl Fagerlund was a Swedish designer born in 1915 Kalmar, Sweden and passed in 2011. He studied and trained in Stockholm and later went to work for Swedish glassworks company, Orrefors. He designed dazzling lighting and lamps. Today, Fagerlund’s work continues to be highly inquired.
Kosta Glasbruk, later known as Kosta Boda was a Swedish glasswork founded by two officers, Anders and Georg Bogislaus Stael von Holstein, in 1792. At the beginning they produced window glasses, chandeliers and drinking glasses. Since 1898, art and crystal glass has been produced under the brand of Orrefors. In 1950, the Swedish designer Vicke Lindstrand joined Kosta Glasbruck as an artistic director.
Material: Glass, Metal
Details: Polished Brass, Smoked Orrefors Glass
Country of Origin: Sweden
Dimensions: 20" H