This chandelier skillfully blends blown glass and crystal pendants from the eighteenth century and the metal of the decorative art in an original composition.
It is composed of a central tray in polished metal from which vertical spokes escape.
These support two levels of twisted blown glass light arms, thirty in all.
The glass bowls are decorated on their edges with crystal pendants, pearls and drops.
On the arms, a crystal ring supports a drop-shaped tassel.
The second floor, less wide, uses the same arms of light in transparency.
In spite of its very large number of lights, this chandelier remains very elegant thanks to the contrast between the crystal of the ornaments and the polished metal of the central tray.