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Manufacturer: Lobmeyr
Start year: 1823
End year: 0
The company was founded in 1823 by Joseph Lobmeyr (17 March 1792 - 8 May 1955). When his children acquired the company they renamed it J. & L. Lobmeyr, named after his son Joseph and brother Louis. Joseph became the marketing director and Louis managed the art department. Ludwing Lobmeyr (2 August 1829 - 25 March 1917) developed further professional relationships with Bohemian glassworks and glass making companies. They had an office at Kamenický Šenov and partners included Wilhelm Kralik of Meyrswalden. J. & L. Lobmeyr provided a crystal chandelier for Schönbrunn Palace and other clients. They also had a partnership with Thomas Edison. They co-developed the first electric chandeliers in the world, in 1883, with Edison. They provided services for the King of Belgium, the Duke of Brabant, and the Court of Flanders. In 1906 they opened an office in Karlovy Vary. Around this time, clients included Franz Ferdinand. In 1917, Louis died. The company was left to Stefan Roth (1876-1960), Louis nephew. Additional clients included the Vienna State Opera, the Metropolitan Opera, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and the Kremlin. Designers involved: Michael Anastassiades.



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