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French Classical Revival 6-Light Chandelier Item # R3473

Circa 1910


As a stunning example of French Classicism, this refined and ornate chandelier is a show-stopper. Taking every opportunity for decoration, this red brass wonder is ornamented with plenty of our favorite ancient design elements: acanthus leaves, grape clusters, fluting and reading. Even better, the rich original patina remains on the brass, a testament to the many years this beauty has lasted. The impressive stature of this light requires that it be hung in a place or prominence – perhaps your entry hall or dining room.

Of note: the grape cluster bobeches appear to be installed upside down. A quirky side-effect of restoring antique lighting: sometimes we have to live with updates previous craftsmen have made before the light comes to us.

  • Historical Style: Classical Revival
  • Notes: The original finish is irregular, but beautifully patinated
  • Bulbs not included.

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French Classical Revival 6-Light Chandelier

Circa 1910