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- Order number: SW10065
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'Grab me, kiss me, waltz me, and love me, I adore thee cherish thee absolutely love thee, Come let's take to the floor 'Neath a chandelier of stars from above, And dance me slowly to the edge of love.' –Michelle Geaney
This stunning French crystal chandelier is beautifully detailed. Its six arms are heavily draped with French pendant shaped crystals. This piece is topped with six sweet little chandelier lamp shades and finished off on the bottom with a large faceted crystal ball. Fully electrical. It will light up your room with glamour and elegance for years to come.
Size: H155cm x Cir. 60cm (height with chain)
Material: Gilt Bronze
Faceted Crystal Ball
Bulbs not Included
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Ps. Did you know that during the 18th century glass chandeliers were produced by Bohemiens and Venetian glassmakers who were both masters in the art of making chandeliers. Bohemian style was largely successful across Europe and its biggest draw was the chance to obtain spectacular light refraction due to facets and bevels of crystal prisms. As a reaction to this new taste Italian glass factories in Murano created new kinds of artistic light sources. Since Murano glass was not suitable for faceting, typical work realized at the time in other countries where crystal was used, venetian glassmakers relied upon the unique qualities of their glass. Typical features of a Murano chandelier are the intricate arabeques of leaves, flowers and fruits that would be enriched by coloured glass, made possible by the specific type of glass used in Murano. This glass they worked with was so unique, as it was soda glass (famed for its extraordinary lightness) and was a complete contrast to all different types of glass produced in the world at that time. An incredible amount of skill and time was required to precisely twist and shape a chandelier.