This chandelier is directly inspired by the emblematic chandeliers of the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of Versailles.
It consists of a central shaft decorated with crystal beads surrounded by a violin-shaped structure.
Twelve arms of light, fine and purified, come to carry a rounded cup and a finely chiseled wick.
On the upper level in the form of a bouquet and on the rest of the chandelier come to distribute pendants, as well as the crystal rosettes.
Less busy than its original thanks to the simplicity of its structure, this chandelier is particularly suited to the play of colors between the pendants and the finishing effects of the bronze.