Turn-of-the-century handmade French chandelier with colored glass pendants and miniature glass grapes decorations. Provence, circa 1905. Wired.
Embracing the new and honoring the past, Francine Gardner is a soulful designer whose eye for luxury generates unique spaces. Each project, be it for her design studio or for her celebrated showroom, Intérieurs, is a personal journey inspired by her travels around the globe. The people and cultures she encounters along the way are the muses for her designs, which take their cues from the organic paths that exist in both the exotic and the everyday.
Eight-light horizontal forged iron French chandelier with inset
opal plexiglass insert. Circa 1910. With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncans Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insiders resource since its opening ...
1940s French six-arm wrought iron chandelier featuring acanthus
leaves and scrolls in its original silver and bronze painted finish. Restored for US use with new wiring, sockets and dripping wax candle sleeves. Ready to install with 36"L adjustable chain and ...
A French eight-light forged iron chandelier with bell-shaped
art glass shades secured to bracket form arms with inset garlands of leaves. Newly rewired, takes 60W bulb. With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David ...