A stunning 12-light nineteenth-century chandelier made during the Second Empire (Napoleon III) period of France. The cage is made of a pretty gilded bronze. The brilliant drop pendants are crystal, and the cups holding the faux candle lights are glass. The garlands feature square and rectangular-shaped glass beads. Note the charming flower pieces decorating the top. A magnificent chandelier to grace an entry hall, dining room, or mater bedroom for an instant touch of French elegance. Originally used for candles during the 1800s, this piece was electrified at a later date.
Must be rewired and installed in accordance with local electrical requirements.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use.
Approx. overall 49¼" high x 37½" wide x 37½" deep
Approx. overall 125cm high x 95cm wide x 95cm deep