The very latest in light fixtures that were just the thing if you aspired to be chic in Amsterdam in the 1920s. Made by De Nieuwe Honsel, a firm that specialized in stained glass.

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Ceiling lamp with devil-like dancers, birds, dragons and frogs. ca.1918. Dutch. Designed by Hendrik Cornelis Herens for Nieuwe Honsel. Image © Amsterdamse School. Fair use license. via https://amsterdamse-school.nl/personen/kunstenaars/henk-herens-atelier-de-nieuwe-honsel/
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Table lamp. No date. Dutch. Designed by Hendrik Cornelis Herens for Nieuwe Honsel. Auctioned by Botterweg in October of 1913. Image © Amsterdamse School. Fair use license. via https://amsterdamse-school.nl/personen/kunstenaars/henk-herens-atelier-de-nieuwe-honsel/
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Pendant light with stained glass in the design of birds’ heads. 1920s. Designed by Herens for Nieuwe Honsel. Image © 2020 Fabenz.com. Fair use license. via http://www.fabenz.com/meubels/2016/amsterdam-school-de-nieuwe-honsel-pendant-light-by-h-c-herens
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Electric hanging lamp. 1929-1935. Brass and iron with stained glass typical of De Nieuwe Honsel at that time. Collection of the Openlucht Museum, Arnhem. In the public domain. via https://openluchtmuseum.nl/en/collectie/object/159753

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