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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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Lighting accents include ivory candle caps, pleated fabric shades, crystal bobeches and balls, and a beaded chain.
Hinkley Lighting's Everly collection has a modern tradi-tional form in a heritage brass finish and is trimmed with thick crystal bobeches and features a large gazing ball.
The Antoinette pendalier from Flambeau is adorned with gold-leaf metal and crystal-faceted drops with curved arms and gold leaf 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.
A new series of 24-karat gold fixtures with lead crystal bobeches, in Strass or more economical Crystalique, will also be presented.