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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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This French Directoire role and crystal chandelier, circa 1820, priced at $5400 and other antique fixtures are available at St.
In terms of creating spectacular crystal chandeliers for the grand Plaza lobby, that leads inevitably to the artists and craftsmen at Baccarat.
We tried to keep the charm of the house, which dates back some 70 years--large stained-glass windows; finely crafted woodwork on the ceilings, walls and floors; a working fireplace (now gas-fueled) and, in the private dining room, a beautifully preserved crystal chandelier.
A Gia 6-Arm Gilded Silver Crystal Chandelier with hand-polished crystals, PS495 (www.
The posh loo features a crystal chandelier, flat screen TV, a dual-sink vanity hewn from a single slab of marble, Venetian glass mirrors and custom mosaic tile work that replicates flower and leaf floor patterns from the original Plaza Hotel.
Caption(s): Brocade Home's Brocade Cafe spread features a silhouette table in oak wood with coffee finish, wallpaper jacquard upholstered stools and clear crystal chandelier.
Choose a beautiful crystal chandelier to reflect even more light, but invest in a long chain so that it hangs lower and makes its presence felt.
Just to prove it, Woolworths reported that their imitation crystal chandelier was the fastest-selling home lighting product in their history, with more than 4000 sold in a month.
The world's biggest crystal chandelier, an 8,000-piece 1.
PHILADELPHIA -- As you step into the lobby of the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia, it's hard to miss the crystal chandelier, the marble counter, or the bar with people sipping drinks.
Q My wee girl is obsessed with having a crystal chandelier in her bedroom.
Through the windows on 50th Street, passersby will now glimpse a crystal chandelier, 10 feet tall by 6 feet wide--the sort of fixture that might be expected to hang from the dome of a venerable Broadway theater, but not in the small, low-ceilinged foyer of a 1980s building.