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Kaiser Leuchten 9 Globes Chandelier 

Materials: Polished brass rods and parts. Conical brass tubes. Long brass rod and conical canopy. 9 amber embossed crystal glass globes. 9 Brass with a porcelain ring E14 sockets.

Chain Length: 70 cm / 27.55”

Width: ∅ 45 cm / 17.71”

Glass Globes: ∅ 14 cm / 5.51”

Electricity: 9 bulbs E14, 9 x 40 watt maximum, 110/220 volt.
Any type of light bulb can be used, not a specific one preferred.

Period: 1970s  – Mid-Century Modern.

Designer: To be appraised.

Manufacturer: Gebr. Kaiser & Co. Leuchten KG, Lichttechnische Spezialfabrik (Light technical special factory), Neheim-Hüsten, Germany. 

Other versions: This Kaiser Leuchten 9 globes chandelier exists in several variations. It is made in an almost sputnik style.

Gebr. Kaiser & Co. Leuchten KG

Gebr. Kaiser & Co. Leuchten KG, Lichttechnische Spezialfabrik, Neheim-Hüsten was founded by Hermann Kaiser, who came to Neheim as a worker from Heddinghausen. With a brother and a participant, he became self-employed in 1895.

At the beginning, the company concentrated on the production of nickel-plated and copper-plated lamp parts for the already existing lighting factories. The economic breakthrough came with the development of a very cheap petroleum lamp made of tinplate. During the First World War the production was converted to war materials such as storm batons.

After the war, the manufacture of electric lighting fixtures was expanded, and finally the whole branch of the business was transferred. During the period between the two world wars, the company developed into one of the largest lighting manufacturers in the region. not in the least thanks to the lamps designed by Christian Dell

As early as 1934 the number of workers was 350This figure increased to about 600 to 700 employees until the beginning of the Second World War.

During the Second World War the production plants were completely destroyed. After the war a strong enterprise expansion began. Between 750 and 1000 people were temporarily employed.

Towards the end of the 1970s the company was acquired by Thorn Lighting GroupThis became the property of an international investment company in 1993, and the remnants of production were transferred to Dortmund in 2000.

Many thanks to Ger for the beautiful pictures and enthusiasm.