Pair of Waterfall Chandeliers
Early 1900s French pair of waterfall chandeliers dressed in faceted icicle drops. These unusual waterfall chandeliers have an upper inner tier which forms a petal shape which has three lamps, lighting the upper section of the chandelier. The middle section has two tiers that are linked with two glass buttons. This also will catch the light and project out. Around this brass frame are decorative leaf details which are mounted onto the frame. The lower tiers then ascend down dressed in the icicles droppers. The chandeliers come supplied with braided flex, chain, ceiling roses and chandelier hook plates. Each chandelier requires nine SBC lamps, these are not included.
These chandeliers have been fully restored and rewired here, in Stockport, near Manchester by our small team of professionals and are now ready to be installed. We recommend that these pair of waterfall chandeliers are installed by an electrician into a joist or a supporting noggin. To clean the chandeliers dust the brass regularly with a soft cloth. The glass droppers can then be wiped with a glass cleaner wipe or a cloth that has been sprayed with glass cleaner. A final wipe with a paper towel will give a polished finish.
These chandeliers are currently located at Phoenix on Golbourne Road, London