1950s French Gilt-Metal Chandelier
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VINTAGE

Negrel Antiques

1950s French Gilt-Metal Chandelier

$0.00
Est. Arrival: Jul 06 - Jul 15
Entryway Delivery
This item is no longer available.
COLOR gold/clear
CONDITION Very Good; rewired, some tarnishing on metal
DIMENSIONS 21.5" W x 19" H
ERA Vintage: 1910-1950
MADE IN France
MADE OF metal/crystal
SKU 77476183
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 06 - Jul 15
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RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Since 1994, Pierre and Cathy Négrel have been traveling to France in search of antique furniture and accents for our Austin, Texas store. We select each piece with an eye toward quality and distinctiveness. Négrel Antiques provides a magnificent selection of 18th- and 19th-century buffets, bookcases, and armoires, French farm tables, Carpenter's workbenches, Provençal commodes, Louis Philippe mirrors, Art Deco armchairs, Louis XVI chests and an eclectic mix of lighting.
Why we love this
Midcentury French six-arm chandelier with an antiqued gold finish. Rewired; takes six candelabra base bulbs. Designed in the form of rope-wrapped leaves with silver metal lilies with crystal prism pistils. The chain and canopy adds 21" in height. Some tarnishing on metal.
About the Seller
Since 1994, Pierre and Cathy Négrel have been traveling to France in search of antique furniture and accents for our Austin, Texas store. We select each piece with an eye toward quality and distinctiveness. Négrel Antiques provides a magnificent selection of 18th- and 19th-century buffets, bookcases, and armoires, French farm tables, Carpenter's workbenches, Provençal commodes, Louis Philippe mirrors, Art Deco armchairs, Louis XVI chests and an eclectic mix of lighting.