Antique chandelier

Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier
Antique chandelier

Antique chandelier Blue Delft. The Dutch brass and bronze chandelier was made at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries and was originally powered by kerosene. Now all seven light points are electrified. The central frame of the chandelier consists of two parts, each of which has a laurel branch attached to it. Two rose-shaped side glass shades point downwards. The special charm of this chandelier is given by elements from the famous Delft blue porcelain - this is a large central ceiling, as well as rosettes under the candles. From the 17th century, the Dutch city of Delft began to win back the market from Chinese porcelain, which it initially copied by choosing the blue and white color scheme of the Ming Dynasty. Despite the fact that these products were closer to faience, the Dutch were leaders in their segment until the 19th century, and now they are again at the peak of popularity.