AN IMPORTANT WILLIAM IV CHANDELIER ATTRIBUTED TO F&C OSLER

An important ten light William IIII cut glass and silvered mounted chandelier of classic tent and waterfall design the stem consisting of a tent of drops above which there is three drop hung canopy's terminating with thistle shaped top piece. The main ring supporting ten six sided candle arms terminating with flute cut drip pan and scalloped slice cut candle nozzles. The main ring mounted with scalloped flower rosettes and faceted spikes below this the waterfall is made up of concentric rings hung with prismatic drops and eight sided spangles terminating with a lapidary cut finial.


English circa 1830

 

Height 64in (162.5cm)


Width 34in (86cm)

 

For similar examples of F&C OSLER chandelier see Chapter Fourteen The English Glass Chandelier by Martin Mortimer
Nineteenth Century Lighting by H Parrott Bacot
John P Smith Osler's Crystal for Royalty and Rajahs Mallet Ltd 1991

 

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Item Code: FA360