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An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots

An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots
An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots
An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots
An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots
An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots
An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots

An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots

French designers and craftsmen of the 20's didn't just THINK out of the box, they LIVED there. And so we have extraordinary manifestations of that forward, sometimes daring, always artistic, thinking/design. And wouldn't this gorgeous light fixture qualify, with its six-pointed single-piece glass bowl? Replete with stylized geometric designs and acid-etched with clear-polished accents, this glass bowl brings beauty and lightness into play.

Each "point" has a bulb within, giving it an even and authoritative amount of light. Totally disassembled, re-plated in satin nickel, and given my special antique patina to avoid the "born yesterday" look that, unfortunately, accompanies so many "restored" fixtures from the period, offered by also-rans.

Solid brass with a freshly applied brushed nickel finish, antique-patinated; molded one-piece glass. Rewired and fitted with six American candelabra sockets, each capable of hosting a 60-watt bulb, for a potential total of 360 watts of light. Measurements: about 17 x 17 x 29 inches long. The item "An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots" is in sale since Friday, October 19, 2018.

This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Lamps". The seller is "jaxtiques" and is located in Vallejo, California. This item can be shipped to United States.


An Especially Rare (and breath-taking!) French Art Deco Chandelier by Des Hanots