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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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A whitewashed candelabra with crystal accents serves as the centerpiece, holding lime green and white striped tapers with sugared berry bobeches. On either side, large candlesticks hold balls of scented cuttings.
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.
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. IHFC H220.
A new series of 24-karat gold fixtures with lead crystal bobeches, in Strass or more economical Crystalique, will also be presented.