Circa 1880, late Victorian French crystal and gilded brass chandelier. The tent form top with a stylish foliate circular pediment. Beneath this, the first bezel carries several strands of faceted glass which taper down to the next section, and elongated sections of cut glass at the top. The main bezel has Prince of Wales plumes raised all the way around and stylish decoration in the form of swags beneath. From this protrude 8 Rococo arms with stylish open pierced sconces. Recently rewired for electricity, originally it was for candles. On the inside of the bezel are four further candle holders. Below this are 3 further tapering sections with continuous strands of elongated glass sections in a waterfall style. There is a large cast brass foliate finial in the centre which finishes off the chandelier.
- 120cm high x 104cm diameter.