Chandelier

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Chandelier

A fixture with multiple arms hung from the ceiling to support lights; originally for candles, but later manufactured for gas, then electric lights.

chandelier

A luminaire suspended from the ceiling; usually ornate or branched with the lamps visible.
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There can be few kitchens to rival the magnificence of this one which combines Victorian elegance and chandaliers with ultra modern design and equipment Pictures: MARTIN BIRCHALL' This house combines the best of both worlds' The attic bedroom is stunning' While this living room has a totally modern feel, the staircase retains its Victorian style' The 400ft garden is a wonderful space to enjoy' This bathroom and bedroom demonstrate the generous proportions of all the rooms in this property
There have been controversial planning delays on this and now thieves have got inside and stripped out mains cables and taken the theatre's historic chandaliers with the cost put at around pounds 60,000.
But go to see the stations which are works of art, an elaborate celebration of Soviet socialism - all marble and chandaliers, with statues and mosaics or tiled scenes idealising workers and peasants.