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Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820

Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820

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CONDITION : Excellent

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Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810 - 1820.

10 lights, ormolu (mercury gilt), nice finishes, antique early 19th century crystal, our chandelier is a nice 200 years old piece.

Our chandelier is in very good condition and complete ; gilt is very well preserved and fresh. It was disassembled and cleaned piece by piece (some tassels completed).It is electrified. The largest bronze ring is slightly twisted, but it is not obvious, unsignificant to us.

Height: 116cm
Diameter: 89cm

Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820Large Empire crystal & ormolu chandelier, early 19th century circa 1810-1820









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