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This 1940's vintage repurposed chandelier is simply stunning!

I named it Aria which means "air" in Italian because its look is so luminous and airy!

Please note the details: dozens of tiny glass flowers are embellishing the body of the chandelier and nice glass chains prisms are enriching the structure of this treasury item.
I used different kind of authentic vintage clear glass drops in different shapes and measures and vintage glass chains to make it a ONE OF A KIND TREASURY ITEM!
The bobeches are in solid brass, too and have a nice floral shape, enriched wih a cascade of clear crystals.

I completely renewed it in all its parts.
I decorated it in white with a light antique-look shabby chic touch.

It's a 6 arms solid brass chandelier ready-to-use treasury item!
It is really gorgeous item, suitable for any room to make it chic and unique. have a look at the photos: it can also be suitable for a dining room, an entrance or a bedroom, too.

Measures:

Width 26" (65cm)
Total heigth 42.8" (107 cm) chain only measures 22.4" (56 cm) but it can be adapted upon request.

International wiring system.
Bulbs are not included, but I can provide them upon request (40 Watt halogen which can make 60 Watt lighting).
Please contact me for any further information or photo.

Gorgeous ARIA 6 arms, vintage stunning crystal chandelier, 1940s, crystals, white, shabby chic, one-of-a-kind treasury item

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: drops, prisms, solid brass, crystal chandelier, crystals, octagons, shabby chic
  • Ships worldwide from Italy
  • Feedback: 239 reviews
  • Favorited by: 277 people