9 May 2018
AN ENGLISH CUT-GLASS EIGHT-LIGHT CHANDELIER
THE MAJORITY OF THE ELEMENTS AND THE STEM MID-18TH CENTURY
Variously turned and cut with facets, issuing four short and four long scrolling candlearms with stellate drip pans hung with teardrops, restorations and replacements
49 in. (124.5 cm.) high, 41 in. (104 cm.) diameter
Acquired from Stuart and Turner, London, October 1953.
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D. Fennimore et al., The David and Peggy Rockefeller Collection: Decorative Arts, New York, 1992, vol. IV, p. 236-237, no. 242.
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