Best & Lloyd, Birmingham | 5 Art Nouveau Picture-rail Wall Lights | Available to Buy Seperately
A collection of 5 art nouveau brass “picture” wall lights design to hang directly from picture-rail. Signed by the famous lighting designer Best & Lloyd of Birmingham and available to buy with either opalescent frilled lamshapes with gallery (5 AVAILABLE), reproduction vaseline frilled bell lampshades (5 AVAILABLE) or satin acid-etched lampshades (ONLY 2 AVAILABLE). England c.1900
N.B Available to buy individually, price for each
1: Opalescent frilled lamshapes with gallery (5 AVAILABLE)
2: Reproduction Blue vaseline frilled bell lampshades ( 5 AVAILABLE)
3: Satin acid-etched lampshades (ONLY 2 AVAILABLE)
HT.(backplate)26cm/10in, W.(backplate)20/8, Dpth.36/14
Best & Lloyd, Birmingham 1867
- Best & Lloyd founded in 1867 after liquidation of Best & Hobson producing candle lamps
- By 1900 Best & Lloyd had become the largest lighting manufacturer in the world.
- In 1928, founder Robert Best’s grandson designed the iconic Bestlite range inspired by the Bauhaus movement.