This tiny fixture represents one of the milestones of our craftsmanship. It bears the typical hammer stroke surface of the Jugendstil period. This surface requires the craftsman to repeatedly strike the surface with a small hammer on an anvil to create this wonderful pattern.
From the top of the concave body are exquisitely polished crystal balls suspended from delicate silvery chains. These crystal balls are most difficult to make as the impeccable surface shows every flaw.
Another design element is the single round light bulb. Here a frosted one is used.