Chandeliers have been, and continue to be manufactured around the world. Some styles are instantly recognisable, like the Dutch or Flemish style typical of the 16th century, with early versions made from cast brass or bronze. The Venetian chandeliers can be identified by their colourful flower and leaf patterns and the French with their brass or bronze frames dressed with traditional glass drops. Swedish, Scandinavian and Russian chandeliers however all look very similar and their lighter more delicate metalwork can sometimes be difficult to differentiate.

  • ribbon and swag wall light

    Ribbon & Swag Wall Light

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    Solid cast brass wall light with top ribbon and swagged arm detail, pictured in polished brass.

    8 available (including gilded).

    Reference: CS 1772
    Dimensions: H:60 x W:36
  • large swedish chandelier

    Large Swedish Style Chandelier

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    Designed as a set of 3 chandeliers, a large central chandelier flanked by a smaller pair but can be manufactured to requirements.
    The bespoke Swedish style chandeliers feature tents of buttons, beaded sprays, curtains of icicles and frosted glass panels. Brass castings and suspended chains are finished in a polished and toned gilt. Each chandelier is lit by tall French candles on each arm and a series of internal lights.

    Style: Crystal Chandelier


    Large – Height 200cm – Width 200cm

    Small – Height 170cm – Width 170cm

    Dimensions: H: x W:
  • russian chandelier

    Russian Style Chandelier

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    A substantial 3 tier chandelier manufactured in a Russian style, with 2 tiers of tall candles and a third tier of decorative sprays. Dressed with crystal icicles and brass castings and suspended chains are finished in a polished and toned gilt.

    Style: Crystal Chandelier, Large Chandelier

    Dimensions: Height 160cm – Width 110cm

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  • french empire

    French Empire Dishlight

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    The Empire period (1795 & 1830) in France coincided approximately with England Regency period. The Empire style featured fine quality brass and bronze castings finished in gilt and contrasting black. This example has 8 lights.

    Style: Dish Light

    Dimensions: Height 132cm – Width 71cm

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  • french cage

    French Cage Chandelier

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    Typical of the 18th and 19th centuries the French cage is recognised by a brass or bronze frame dressed in a variety of traditional drops and pendants. The French cage is our most popular continental chandelier, illustrated here is a polished brass finish 16 light example, wired with tall cream tapered candles and dressed with the traditional drops and pendants.

    Style: Crystal Chandelier

    Dimensions: Height 114cm – Width 74cm

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  • 15 light dutch

    15 Light Dutch Chandelier

    Rated 0 out of 5

    The Dutch or Flemish style typical of the 16th century are instantly recognisable. Early versions were made from cast brass or bronze and later ones made using lighter weight spinnings.
    The reproduction seen here features 15 lights, however a three tier 24 light version is also available.

    Style: Metal Chandelier

    Dimensions: Height 94cm – Width 99cm

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