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A Fine Ten Light Cut Glass Chandelier by F&C Osler.

A fine cut glass chandelier with multi baluster stem, the main receiver bowl cut with large drop hung scallops issuing ten thumb cut scroll S arms supporting flat diamond and scalloped drip pans and candle nozzles.

The upper section of the chandelier issuing eight crooks mounted with six sided spires and petal collars then terminating with graduated petal cut trumpets. The chandelier profusely draped with half back spangles and finial pear drops.

Literature: The line drawing of this chandelier is courtesy of the Witherhur library showing how the chandelier would have been also used for gas.

Provenance: Ennismore Gardens Knightsbridge.

Year: 1870.

Country: England.

Dimensions

Height: 160 cm (63"), Width: 87 cm (34 1/4")

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Stock number

FA650

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