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The flute and slice cut baluster stem centered by six rope twisted reversed crooks these terminating with thumb cut collars and six sided spires the crooks also supporting swags of drapery above this arrangement the stem terminating with six drop hung Sheppard crooks and trumpet shaped stem pieces ,the receiver bowl surmounting twelve rope twisted candle arms arranged on two levels these arms with drop hung flute cut drip pans and candle nozzles the flute cut chandelier receiver bowl is made in two pieces below is a trumpet shaped piece the stem terminating with lapidary cut finial
The chandelier is profusely draped throughout with flat back spangles, pear and round shaped finials.
English circa 1870
Height 60in (152.4cm)
Width 38in (91.4cm)
The English Glass Chandelier by Martin Mortimer
John P Smith OSLER’S CRYSTAL for Royalty and Rajahs
Mallett Bourdon House
|Height||152.40 cm||(60.00 inches)|
|Width||91.40 cm||(35.98 inches)|
Fileman Antiques Ltd
Bayards, Horsham Road