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Antique Dutch Brass Baroque Chandelier, France, Late 19th Century
Located in Wiesbaden, Hessen
Two-tiered Dutch brass chandelier made late in the 19th century and recently wired for electricity. Solid brass twelve - light frame with wonderful old patina. Rewired for US and i...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Baroque Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Early 20th Century Dutch Brass Chandelier with Eight Arms
Located in Casteren, NL
A large eight-light Baroque style brass Dutch chandelier with ball-shaped elements. It has eight arms that end in brass bobeches with cardboard candles on top. A bobeche is a bowl ...
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Early 20th Century Dutch Baroque Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Brass Two-Tier Twelve Light Bulbous and Scrolled Dutch Chandelier
Located in Casteren, NL
A twelve-light Baroque style patinated brass Dutch chandelier with ball-shaped elements. The chandelier has two layers, each of 6 scrolled arms ending in bobeches with cardboard ca...
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Early 20th Century Dutch Baroque Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Dutch Brass Two-Tier Twelve-Light Bulbous and Scrolled Chandelier
Located in Casteren, NL
A large twelve-light Baroque style patinated brass Dutch or Flemish chandelier with ball-shaped elements. All arms depict dolphin’s heads on the midsection. The chandelier ends with...
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Early 20th Century Dutch Baroque Revival Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Dutch Solid Brass Baronial Chandelier
Located in New Orleans, LA
Antique Dutch Solid Brass Baronial Chandelier
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Antique 19th Century Chandeliers and Pendants

antique Dutch chandelier
Located in Los Angeles, CA
remember we have over three thousand antique sconces and over one thousand antique lights, we can not put everything on 1stdibs, if you need a specific pair of sconces or lights, ask...
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Vintage 1950s Dutch Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass, Metal

antique  Dutch chandelier
H 39 in. W 32 in.
Antique Dutch Style Twelve Branch Two-Tier Brass Chandelier
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Antique Dutch style twelve branch two tier brass chandelier This splendid large Dutch style chandelier is made in Brass with twelve upward curved stemming from a central baluster ...
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Early 20th Century Beaux Arts Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Brass Eight-Light Dutch Chandelier
Located in Woodbury, CT
This single tier Dutch or English eight-light brass chandelier dates from the early part of the 19th century. It is electrified and in working order. Graduated brass balls form the c...
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Antique Early 19th Century Dutch Dutch Colonial Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Six-Light Dutch Brass Antique Chandelier
Located in Katonah, NY
A charming small 19th century Dutch brass six-arm chandelier with scrolling mounted branches emanating from a knopped column terminating in a large ball and ring. Deeply curved arms...
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Antique 19th Century Dutch Baroque Chandeliers and Pendants

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Brass

Antique Dutch Brass Chandelier For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic antique Dutch brass chandelier available at 1stDibs. Each antique Dutch brass chandelier for sale was constructed with extraordinary care, often using brass, metal and glass. You’ve searched high and low for the perfect antique Dutch brass chandelier — we have versions that date back to the 19th Century alongside those produced as recently as the 20th Century are available. An antique Dutch brass chandelier, designed in the Baroque or Art Nouveau style, is generally a popular piece of furniture.

How Much is a Antique Dutch Brass Chandelier?

Prices for an antique Dutch brass chandelier can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — at 1stDibs, they begin at $2,500 and can go as high as $28,000, while the average can fetch as much as $4,457.

Finding the Right Chandeliers and Pendants for You

Chandeliers — simple in form, inspired by candelabras and originally made of wood or iron — first made an appearance in early churches. For those wealthy enough to afford them for their homes in the medieval period, a chandelier's suspended lights likely exuded imminent danger, as lit candles served as the light source for fixtures of the era. Things have thankfully changed since then, and antique and vintage chandeliers and pendant lights are popular in many interiors today.

While gas lighting during the late 18th century represented an upgrade for chandeliers — and gas lamps would long inspire Danish architect and pioneering modernist lighting designer Poul Henningsen — it would eventually be replaced with the familiar electric lighting of today.

The key difference between a pendant light and a chandelier is that a pendant incorporates only a single bulb into its design. Don’t mistake this for simplicity, however. An Art Deco–styled homage to Sputnik from Murano glass artisans Giovanni Dalla Fina (note: there is more than one lighting fixture that shares its name with the iconic mid-century-era satellite — see Gino Sarfatti’s design too), with handcrafted decorative elements supported by a chrome frame, is just one stunning example of the elaborate engineering that can be incorporated into every component of a chandelier.

Chandeliers have evolved over time, but their classic elegance has remained unchanged. Not only will the right chandelier prove impressive in a given room, but it can also offer a certain sense of practicality. These fixtures can easily illuminate an entire space, while their elevated position prevents them from creating glare or straining one’s eyes. Certain materials, like glass, can complement naturally lit settings without stealing the show. Brass, on the other hand, can introduce an alluring, warm glow. While LEDs have earned a bad reputation for their perceived harsh bluish lights and a loss of brightness over their life span, the right design choices can help harness their lighting potential and create the perfect mood. A careful approach to lighting can transform your room into a peaceful and cozy nook, ideal for napping, reading or working.

For midsize spaces, a wall light or sconce can pull the room together and get the lighting job done. Perforated steel rings underneath five bands of handspun aluminum support a rich diffusion of light within Alvar Aalto's Beehive pendant light, but if you’re looking to brighten a more modest room, perhaps a minimalist solution is what you’re after. The mid-century modern furniture designer Charlotte Perriand devised her CP-1 wall lamps in the 1960s, in which a repositioning of sheet-metal plates can redirect light as needed.

The versatility and variability of these lighting staples mean that, when it comes to finding something like the perfect chandelier, you’ll never be left hanging. From the whimsical — like the work of Beau & Bien’s Sylvie Maréchal, frequently inspired by her dreams — to the classic beauty of Paul Ferrante's fixtures, there is a style for every room. With designs for pendant lights and chandeliers across eras, colors and materials, you’ll never run out of options to explore on 1stDibs.