Attributed Best & Lloyd | 2 Art Nouveau Ceiling Lights | England c.1900

A pair of art nouveau brass three-arm electroliers attributed to Best & Lloyd, Birmingham, each arm supporting pendant a cranberry-glass lampshade. England, c.1905.

Ht. 42cm/16.5in, W. 50.5cm/20ins.

Provenance: see picture 4 of a signed Best & Lloyd chandelier with matching internal ball and arm design.

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.

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