Rare French Art Deco Chandelier
Attributed to Sabino Glass
Circa 1930's, France
Spectacular and Rare, Round French
Art Deco Ceiling Chandelier.
Sleek Polished nickel chandelier frame holds 6 panels of thick,
clear glass that
has a deeply carved pattern in each 'wing'.
Centered with a cone shaped frosted glass bowl with a subtle
vertical linear pattern.
The top flat glass panel is illuminated by the bulbs above.
Attributed to Sabino glass.
The canopy can be either flush
mounted to a flat ceiling, or suspended by a chain and hung
from a ceiling canopy in the case of installation on a cathedral
ceiling. Perfect for over a
round dining table, a entry foyer, over a round staircase or in a
bedroom or bathroom.
Dimensions: 35" High as shown, from
bottom of glass cone to top of canopy.
Frame only is 28 1/4" high, Glass cone is 6 3/4" high.
27 1/2 " diameter glass disc. The glass wings are 11" wide each and
are 3/8" thick.
PLEASE NOTE: Pictures shown here are
prior to restoration.
Condition: In excellent
(professionally) Restored Condition (July 2010)
The frame has been re-plated in polished nickel. Rewired for the
New frosted glass (upper) disc.
Item # LADC230:
Price: $ 15.000.
Just restored in
polished nickel, new pictures coming soon!