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Highly Unusual French Art Deco 3-Light Chandelier (ANT-1219)
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Highly Unusual French Art Deco 3-Light Chandelier (ANT-1219)

ANT-1219  Highly Unusual French Art Deco 3-Light Chandelier

Very striking unusual French, one-of-a-kind, hand crafted iron chandelier with a typical wrought iron finish. What an impact this does have. And the motif......well...it’s simply great. Angular “Art Deco’ spider web? Very different indeed.

The Shades are really works of art. HEAVY embossed...thick....shades are so very French Deco and similar to the fine quality shades that Consolidated made in the US. They simply go through a fretwork mounting plate and then hang from the fitter as shown.

All these elements....the wrought iron metal finish....the heavy embossed glass...are in total symphony for a quality unique 3-light French chandelier.

E-26 sockets were installed for normal medium base light bulbs...but...we also used an adapter to change the E-26 to an E-12 chandelier sockets so we could use our long LED bulb for a nice lighting effect. We will supply this adapter and neat LED bulbs with this chandelier which we think works nicely, but, you can change it out, if so desired, with either an E-26 or E-12 bulb, of your choice since now, the sockets are American and changeable.

All work was accomplished in our UL shop and is now totally up to American UL standards using American bulbs and power. This chandelier even installs with a re-worked UL approved standard crossbar which will be supplied.

Measurements:  Diameter:  26”.  Height:  31”.

Price: $2,800.00 This includes a standard US mounting kit and all adapters & LEDbulbs.  

A shipping charge must be added for crates and carriage.