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Spectacular Pair of Circular Tiered Rock Crystal Chandeliers

A beautiful pair of rock crystal chandeliers comprising 4 bronze circular reducing tiers each profusely hung with a total of 140 individually hand carved rock crystal drops. A beautiful solid rock crystal pear drop hangs below to add a finishing flourish to terminate these elegant pieces. The 28 lights allow the beauty of the clear rock crystal to radiate out of this unusual and lovely creation. Measures: 80cm wide and 70cm high. Terminal pear can be removed to make it 65 cm if required. Can be rewired for North American electrical requirements at no extra charge.

CONDITION: Excellent
HEIGHT: 27.56 in. (70 cm)
DIAMETER: 31.49 in. (80 cm)
Superb Quality Rock Crystal Rocco Chandelier, circa 1880

Superb Quality Rock Crystal Rocco Chandelier, circa 1880

A superb quality rock crystal hanging centre pendant with six Rococo arms each with rock crystal star and plaque hanging from each arm. These emanate from a elegantly sculpted circular frame suspending a beautiful rock crystal bowl mounted with a gilt decorative ring complete with three urns suspended by bronze stylised ropes terminating at the central urn mounted with a hook, circa 1880. A central rock crystal obelisk rises from the centre of the bowl. 6 internal lights and 9 external lights. Can be electrified for USA standard at no additional cost.

DATE OF MANUFACTURE: c.1880
PERIOD: 1880-1890
CONDITION: Excellent
HEIGHT: 51.18 in. (130 cm)
DIAMETER: 31.5 in. (80 cm)

Superb Quality Russian Cobalt Blue Crystal Clear Rock Crystal Chandeliers

Unique and Antique from Johan Zekh, this pair of beautiful cobalt blue crystal and rock crystal chandeliers hung on a bronze gilt frame are beautiful examples of the Russian Imperial early 19th century neoclassical style. Johan Zekh, was one of Saint-Petersburg’s most celebrated chandelier makers who created 21 chandeliers from 14 different models for the Mikhailovsky Castle in St Petersburg, built as a residence for Emperor Paul I.
The central cobalt blue baluster rises to an upper crown that splays out with a triple layer of 6, 12 and 18 fronds each terminating in rock crystal beads ending in a small rhomboid. A 10 light chandelier with an additional 5 obelisks each topped with an 8 frond display with further rock crystal buttons and rhomboids. Each obelisk display is topped with a rock crystal facetted diamond button above. The arms are linked by rock crystal garlands to the gilt drip pans from which hang rock crystal plaques. All terminating below with a large rock crystal facetted pear. Overall a superb example and would grace any ceiling

Diameter 80cm
Height 100cm.

c 1840