The Schonbek Lighting New Orleans Mini Chandelier has a French Baroque motif accented with an opulent display of crystal. The overall festive design includes an ornate frame available in a wide variety of metal finishes and adorned in a decandent array of clear Heritage Handcut crystal droplets. Swarovski ELEMENTS crystal available only with the Silvergild finish.
Schonbek Lighting, established in 1870 in Bohemia, has been making traditional crystal chandeliers for more than 130 years. Today, as part of the Swarovski Group, U.S.-based Schonbek draws on its rich heritage to revitalize great chandelier styles from the past, creating dazzling crystal lighting for classic and contemporary spaces.
The New Orleans Mini Chandelier is available with the following:
- Metal frame
- Clear Heritage Handcut or Swarovski ELEMENTS crystal drops
- Ceiling canopy included
- 40" suspension chain
- 129" wire
- UL Listed
- Fixture: Height 16.5", Diameter 12"
- Suspension: Length Adjustable To 56.5"
- Chain: Length 40"
- Schonbek Crystal Details: Schonbek has a knowledge of crystal dating all the way back to nineteenth century Bohemia. Such expertise continues to this day, with all Schonbek lighting fixtures trimmed in only the finest crystal, available in a variety of styles and colors. The type of crystal used in this fixture is: Heritage Handcut: Heritage Handcut crystal is the most authentic handcrafted crystal in the world. It is cut by hand first on an iron, and then on a sandstone wheel before being polished with marble dust on a wood wheel. Swarovski ELEMENTS: Considered the finest crystal in the world, Swarovski ELEMENTS crystal is available in a myriad of colors, effects, shapes and sizes. With lead content in excess of 30 percent, ELEMENTS crystal is machine cut and polished to achieve perfect optical clarity, razor-sharp faceting and unique spectral brilliance, with an invisible coating making it easier to clean. The Swarovski logo is engraved into each ELEMENTS crystal to deter imitators.
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