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Introduction > About us
The family enterprise Prousek exklusive lighting s.r.o was established in 1989. Springing from the traditions in this area the company was established by father and son Václav and Petr Prousek. Thanks to the father´s past experience and the son´s skills, the established company not only produced items, but also operated its own shop in Jablonec nad Nisou.
The company facilities can be found in Nový Oldřichov. That has been the manufacturing site since the very start of the enterprise. We emphasize honest human work, the skill and artistry of Bohemians that have been built up in the glass industry in this region for centuries. We use high-quality materials, hand-cut lead glass, brass and cast components, hand polished, cleaned in an ultrasonic washer, coated with a special varnish designed for all climates and finally fired in an oven. All this is entrusted to just a few specialists, so an order takes several weeks or months, depending on the size and complexity of the chandelier.
We can offer customers crystal, strass, cast, combined crystal and cast, brass, enamel and layered glass chandeliers. Although the production of traditional chandeliers remains our priority, we are interested in and explore new technologies of the 21st century
However, our work always originates from the ideas and wishes of the customer, the purpose and the place for which the chandelier is to be designed. We collaborate with a chandelier designer and the customer on the chandelier so that what the customer will eventually take home becomes the pride and joy of their home. The results of our work are presented in the Prousek Gallery at Prácheň in Kamenický Šenov.
The Prousek Gallery is situated at Prácheň in Kamenický Šenov. We purchased the building in 2011 in a dilapidated condition, but were aware of its historic roots in the Palme family. Theodor Palme operated his business of chandelier manufacture there.
The current appearance of the building is identical with its historic appearance, apart from a couple of minor adaptations, as is documented by historic photographs obtained from the family descendants.