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A VICTORIAN CUT-GLASS NINE-LIGHT CHANDELIER
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A VICTORIAN CUT-GLASS NINE-LIGHT CHANDELIER

SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY, IN THE MANNER OF F. & C. OSLER

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A VICTORIAN CUT-GLASS NINE-LIGHT CHANDELIER
SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY, IN THE MANNER OF F. & C. OSLER
The reeded circular corona above a droplet-hung canopy and baluster shaft above a small droplet-hung canopy, the central dish issuing seven finials hung with droplets, above a shaft and lower dish issuing scrolled branches hung with chains of droplets, above a lower canopy and lozenge-cut ball finial, losses and replacements, with nine redundant sockets for further branches, each numbered
68 in. (173 cm.) high; 40 in. (102 cm.) diam.
Provenance
Acquired from the collection of Sir Leon Bagrit, Upper Terrace House, Upper Terrace, Hampstead, London.
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