This chandelier, in the shape of a diamond, consists of fourteen floors, seven of which with bronze crowns, decorated with pearls and crystal drops.
The ornate crowns, reminiscent of the Baltic chandeliers (one thinks of the Cornelius and Baker chandelier from 1880 and preserved in the Mathieu Museum), take the form of a lava flow.
The central crown, wider than the others, gives movement and volume to the whole, the following ones shrinking, like a waterfall.
Finally, a decorative floor, composed of bronze leaves attached and curved, completes the set.
Note that this chandelier offers a very soft light, thanks to the crystal drops acting as a louver.