This model 37222 Luminator floor lamp was used in a palace designed by the Berlin architect Eckart Muthesius for the Maharajah of Indore in India.
This large crystal ceiling lamp was designed by Werksentwurf and was produced in the former GDR by VEB Ebersbach during the 1950s. The lights were known from their use in the Palace of the Republic, the former East German parliament building, in East Berlin. The frame and lamp housing are made from brass and the piece features 79 glass flowers, plus 14 E14 bulbs sockets.
This large chandelier was designed by Ernst Palme in Germany during the 1960s and consists of a flush mount fixture with crystal balls hanging from brass chains at varying heights building a spiral. The sparkling and glittering Palme chandeliers are hanging in the Residence of the Empress Marie-Therese of Austria, in the Sultan of Brunei´s palaces, in the palaces of the Kings of Saudi Arabia, and of the Sheikhs of the Gulf states. They also reside in the White House in Washington and in the Bellevue Castle in Berlin, in luxury hotels, and in embassies.