English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market

English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market

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English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market
English Parcel Gilt Green Glass Chandelier for Islami or Moghul Indian Market

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This extraordinary Victorian period chandelier crafted from green and white overlay glass in the Bohemian fashion, features parcel-gilt green hurricane shaped shades and twelve candles.  It dates from the last quarter of the nineteenth century and has been attributed to F.&C. Osler of Birmingham, England, and was designed for the Middle Eastern and/or Indian Moghul market..  Measures 35.5" across and 52" tall.   Condition is very good.  There is some wear  the gilt decorations, a few missing and unmatched crystal pendants, minor losses and may have minor cracks or restorations.  May be electrified with addition of modern sockets and wiring.  Literature: J. S. Spillman, European Glass Furnishings for Eastern Palaces, The Corning Museum of Glass, New York, 2006, 'F. & C. Osler', pp. 50-93.

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  • Reference #
  • ha-1495
  • Quantity
  • 1
  • Category
  • Furniture & Furnishings
  • Department
  • Antiques
  • Year
  • c1875
  • Dimensions
  • Width: 35.5 inches
  • Height: 52 inches
  • Depth: 35.5 inches
  • Weight: 0 pound
  • Condition
  • Excellent
  • Material
  • Glass

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