This is a beautiful and an exceptionally well-made vintage modern leaded cut glass chandelier by the artisans at Frederick Ramond, circa 1980. It has 6 up-facing candelabra base-bulbs as well as one standard medium base bulb for a spot shining down. It features a three way switch, so the candelabras can be used on their own, or just the spot, or they can be used all together. There are 24 clear glass panels and12 triangular tips that have a subtle amber coloration that is quite attractive. Everything is in excellent condition, structurally and aesthetically. The light is both generous and flattering, and the materials and workmanship are of the highest quality. The metal is brass. A square brass ceiling plate is included.
27" Diameter x 14" H; Hanging Rod is 26" H
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