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Oval Crackle Globes Pendant Chandelier

Materials: 7 amber oval crackle glass globe lampshades. Brass conical lids on top. Brass spider ceiling mount. Some metal parts. 7 metal sockets.

Height: 115 cm / 45.27” – adjustable

Width: ∅ 50 cm / 19.68”

Globes: 3 x ∅ 17 cm / 6.69” – 3 x ∅ 20 cm / 7.87” – 1 x ∅ 27 cm /  10.62”

Electricity: 6 bulbs E14, 6 x 40 watt maximum, 1 bulb E27, 1 x 60 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: Hustadt-Leuchten, Neheim-Hüsten (Arnsberg), Germany.

Other versions:  This oval crackle globes pendant chandelier exists in all probability with 3, 5 and 7 globes. The globes were also used for other lamps. They were also sold with a round ceiling plate. Also chrome versions exists. You can find one over here.

Hustadt-Leuchten

Hustadt-Leuchten was founded in September 1962 as Walter Hustadt GmbH & Co. KG Leuchten. Not much is know about it. The company officially ended business in may 2014. It went bankrupt some 5 years before.

Hustadt-Leuchten always produced high quality lamps. You can find a few lamps on this website. Hustadt-Leuchten received several design awards, all for lamps designed by Klaus Hempel.

One of the most well known designers for Hustadt-Leuchten was Klaus Hempel, who also designed lamps for the famous Gebr. Kaiser & Co. Leuchten company, also from Germany.

Hustadt

Hustadt is also a small German town that was build in the late 1960s as a model neighbourhood according to the general urban standards, to fulfil the requirements for approximately 6000 inhabitants. The town is build on the edge of the city of Bochum. It’s surrounded by woods and fields on the one side, and offshoots of the enormous campus of the Ruhr University, as well as other housing areas on the other side.

Many thanks to Ger for the beautiful pictures and enthusiasm.