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bobeche, bobache

The collar fitted to a lamp holder as on a chandelier and from which glass prisms may be suspended.
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Designed and engineered with state-of-the-art technology and Green energy efficiency, The Stanley Chandelier is illuminated with 170 Phillips Lumileds Luxian light emitting diods in the main body, and 104 candelabra based Leds in the bobeches.
The Antoinette pendalier from Flambeau is adorned with gold-leaf metal and crystal-faceted drops with curved arms and gold leaf bobeches.
Vendors are trying to substitute materials wherever possible, using cast aluminum or steel in place of brass, or using polyresin or steel endcaps, bobeches and other components in place of the heavier and costlier brass.
A whitewashed candelabra with crystal accents serves as the centerpiece, holding lime green and white striped tapers with sugared berry bobeches.
A woman who dyed her hair fair was known scathingly as a 'bottle blonde', now she's lauded as a GQ babe, and chandeliers now hang in B&Q, their plastic bobeches indistinguishable (to the untrained eye at least) from crystal.
Godinger's giftware introductions include candlesticks, the Nicole electric hurricane lamp, the Celeste three-arm candelabra with drop, a pillar centerpiece with a pillar candle, a set of three graduated candlesticks, a pair of candlesticks and a set of three graduated bobeches on a mirror, all under the Lotus Crystal Diamond lighting collection.
One highlight introduction is the Natalie chandelier--from the Contessa Collection--that features three tiers of solid brass arms adorned with chains of cut and polished Czech crystal and crystal bobeches.