Chinoise Nickel Chandelier - sculptin.com
Chinoise Nickel Chandelier - sculptin.com
Chinoise Nickel Chandelier - sculptin.com

Chinoise Nickel Chandelier

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$3,310.00
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Chinoise Nickel Chandelier

  • Handcrafted chandelier inspired by 18th-century English interpretation of Asian designs.
  • Made of glass, nickel finished brass and stainless steel.
  • Uses eight 25-watt bulbs.
  • Overall, 27"Dia. x 30"T.
  • Cord length: 6 ft.
  • Back plate: 6.5".
  • Imported.
  • Weight, 18 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 25 lbs.
  • Gift message available
  • This store accepts gift cards

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Description

Chinoiserie Chic! Pagodas, latticework railings and bridges were key elements in the 18th-century English interpretation of Asian designs. The British East India Company's import of tea, porcelains, lacquers, and silks from China fueled a mania for goods "in the Chinese taste." As the inspiration for this Chinoiserie Chandelier centuries later, these fanciful Chinoiserie designs still hint elegantly at the exotic.

    Chinoise Nickel Chandelier

    • Handcrafted chandelier inspired by 18th-century English interpretation of Asian designs.
    • Made of glass, nickel finished brass and stainless steel.
    • Uses eight 25-watt bulbs.
    • Overall, 27"Dia. x 30"T.
    • Cord length: 6 ft.
    • Back plate: 6.5".
    • Imported.
    • Weight, 18 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 25 lbs.
    • Gift message available
    • This store accepts gift cards

    Shipping & returns

    Free Shipping
    Ready to ship in 1–2 weeks.
    From United States

    * 14 day refund or exchange!

    Description

    Chinoiserie Chic! Pagodas, latticework railings and bridges were key elements in the 18th-century English interpretation of Asian designs. The British East India Company's import of tea, porcelains, lacquers, and silks from China fueled a mania for goods "in the Chinese taste." As the inspiration for this Chinoiserie Chandelier centuries later, these fanciful Chinoiserie designs still hint elegantly at the exotic.