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This object is eligible for a Certificate of BADA Provenance

17th century chandeliers are quite rare – it was only the wealthy who could afford to burn such a large number of expensive candles at the same time. However, by the 19thcentury they were becoming more frequent – many of them made on the continent, especially Holland. 

This example is Dutch and dates from the mid-19thcentury, having solidly cast arms with drip pan and candleholder threaded together. It would have been originally wired at the end of the 19thcentury. 

Re-wired, earthed and PAT tested.


Height 91 by width 76

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Appointment advised, especially if travelling some distance.