22 March 2001
A Victorian hammered-metal ten-light chandelier
Edmondson Ltd, Circa 1890
Surmounted by a pierced corona, issuing five branches, each centred by a medallion, supporting a shaped circular corona divided into ten shield-like sections, each with two sets of five splits, with a parchment shade to the back, with leather fringes hanging to the lower rim
Including the fringes: approx. 75 in. (190 cm.) high; 45 in. (114 cm.) diameter
The Allcroft Family, Stokesay Court, Ludlow, Shropshire.
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