Circa 1890, late Victorian ormolu ceiling chandelier. With a ceiling rose in the form of leaves and fruit, then beneath this a circular rococo section with open fretwork. In the centre there is the main arm and from this there are 3 tapering and shaped rococo styled sections which form a large basket, coming back together at the end and held in place by a large cast centre bezel with rococo and dragonian carving. It finishes beneath this with a small finial and off this basket are 6 arms which are in the form of flowers. Between these lamp ends and the basket there are connecting ormolu flowers that give the basket some form.
The unusual light fitting has been re-wired (originally gas).
- Size 95cm high x 65cm diameter