AN UNUSUAL FIFTEEN LIGHT CUT GLASS CHANDELIER BY F&C OSLER OF BIRMINGHAM
A fine quality cut glass fifteen light chandelier by F&C Osler the main baluster shaped shaft surmounted by a drop hung canopy and a draping pan with cascading drapery terminating at the back of the drip pans. The main flute cut receiver bowl with lower lapidary cut finial this receiver bowl surmounted by five rope twist candle arms these unusual spitting in to three lights these arms separated by five upper arms these with flute cut collars and tapered faceted ball spires. The chandelier of unusual type and richly draped with flat back spangles pear shaped finial drops all of the finest quality.
- Height 137.5 cm / 54 1⁄4"
- Width 86.5 cm / 34 1⁄4"
- Period 1850-1899
- Year 1860
- Country England
- Provenance Alton Manor Idridghay Derbyshire
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