K. A. Jonsson

Lighting Fixtures, Crystal and Glass

Odengatan 19
Stockholm 114 24

Neighborhood: Östermalm

Telephone Number: +46 8 66 02 52

Website: www.kristallkronor.com
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Nearest Subway Stop:  Tekniska högskolan metro station (1377 feet),   Rådmansgatan metro station (2298 feet)  

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.


  • Languages Spoken:  English,   Swedish  
  • Payment Types:  Maestro (MasterCard),   Visa Electron,   MasterCard,   Visa  


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Established 1902 in Stockholm the firm have, for over 100 years, had the pleasure of delivering our beautiful handcrafted cut glass chandeliers to satisfied customers both in this country and abroad.

Our manufacturing process is even today largely the same as at the turn of the century, which means that ALL metal working is done in our factory, located in the heart of Stockholm. We start from a variety of brass raw materials which are bent, molded, ground and polished. All done by hand with "antique machines." All candle-holders, arms and ornaments come from Swedish brass foundries and are filed, ground and polished as per above. Candle rings are punched out from brass sheeting and godroon and other ornamentation is also done on location. Finally the brass is tinted and laquered for protection and to facilitate cleaning, upon which the chandelier is hung with high quality, cut Bohemian crystal from Germany, Checkia and Austria. All pendants are hand tied with heated brass wire. Baroque chandeliers with their heavier pendants are tied with double wire.

The number of models is limited and manufacturing capacity is rather low. The models are done in the classic styles: BAROQUE, GUSTAVIAN and EMPIRE. We also make a number of models adapted to low ceilings.

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