This antique French chandelier, possibly previously a candelabra, is elegantly refined and exceptionally pleasing to the eye. Dating from the early 1900's.
Possibly originally a candelabra, we can't be 100% sure. It has been restored using Sudron Candle lamps, imitating how we think she might have looked when originally crafted.
Two fluted glass stem breaks with a crystal laden bobeche's form the stem leading to base and six arms. Six beaded festoons run from the rosette and swagged crown to the arms and generous swags of various oval beads interlace her decorative frame.
Finished with an array of long drops with a clear ball underneath. Fully overhauled and tested.
Height 72 cm (113cm with chain and ceiling rose *adjustable) Diameter 45 cm