Ornate Italian Birdcage Chandelier With Flat Leaf And Pear Drops

Ornate Italian Birdcage Chandelier With Flat Leaf And Pear Drops

Ornate Italian Birdcage Chandelier With Flat Leaf And Pear Drops

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Stockport, United Kingdom
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This birdcage chandelier originates from early 1900s Italy. Dressed a mix of glass flat leaf drops and glass pear drops, with elegant proportions it would make an excellent centre piece. The brass chandelier frame has a dark naturally oxidised brass patina and floral features with glass bobéche pans and an upper glass stem. The frame holds eight lamps. The chandelier comes supplied with braided flex, chain, a ceiling rose and a chandelier hook plate. Chandelier requires SES lamps, these are not included.
This chandelier has been fully restored and rewired here, in Stockport, near Manchester by our small team of experts and is now ready to be installed. We recommend that this birdcage chandelier is installed by an electrician into a joist or a supporting noggin. To clean the chandelier dust the brass components regularly with a soft cloth. The glass drops can then be wiped with a glass wipe or a cloth that has been sprayed with glass cleaner. A final wipe with a paper towel will give a polished finish. price per item.


W45.0 x H71.0 cm



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Early 20th Century


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