Vintage French Empire Style Chandelier, Green/gold, Rococo, 12 Up/down Lights For Sale

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Product DetailsItem #:15-116Dimensions (inches):19H x 27W x 27D
From Ceiling 18HComment:This sensational vintage French Empire style chandelier will be the talk of your dining or living room! Crafted of metal, this gorgeous, 1950s Rococo light fixture features a green painted body with golden accents. The richness of detail in the cast metalwork will astound you. A crown of cast leaves tops the chandelier, while elegant arms branch out from the center. Interestingly, this chandelier features both up-lights and down-lights for maximum appeal. The down-light sockets are camouFlaged with draped leaves, while the traditional candles are supported by green cups. This vintage French chandelier measures 27 inches in diameter by 19 inches high. It suspends 18 inches from the overall good condition. Antique and vintage items by their very nature show normal wear to finish and miscellaneous scratches, nicks, and dings due to age and use. As we define 'good condition' relative to the stated age of the piece, we would expect to see 'character marks' consistent with that age and could include nicks or dings to a wooden, metal, enamel, or chalkware object, wear to a painted surface, speckling on a mirror, crazing, wear to gilding, or manufacturing glaze skips in ceramic finish, wear to a label, and some original decorative trim may be missing. If ceramic/porcelain restoration has been done, it is of museum-quality so that it is hardly discernible and would be specifically mentioned in the listing. 'Good condition' could include very small fleabite chips or very small hairline cracks in any glass, ceramic, or marble item, but these would be specifically mentioned in the listing.

Item Specifics:Shows normal wear to the finish and miscellaneous nicks, dings, and scratches due to age and use.ShippingFree Shipping:Free shipping only applies within the Contiguous 48 United States and this item will be shipped via Greyhound Bus. Shipments via Greyhound generally take between 1-3 weeks, as they are shipped space available by Greyhound Package Express. If this timeframe exceeds your expectations or shipping requirements, please do not purchase this item. Shipments made via Greyhound Bus measure less than (inches) 30 x 47 x 84 and weigh less than 100 lbs per box. Shipments using Greyhound will require the customer to pick up the piece at their nearest Greyhound Bus Station. Please be sure that you are willing to pick the item up at the nearest Greyhound Station, as the nearest Greyhound Station may be a considerable distance from your home. Items not picked up at the Greyhound Bus Station within 48 hours after arrival may be subject to a storage fee, which varies from station to station. EuroLux will be happy to help you locate the nearest Greyhound Station. All shipments include Insurance.

Upgraded shipping to your home via a Ground Shipping Service (UPS or FedEx, our choice) is available for an additional $78.75.Additional it is often difficult to determine the exact composition of metal objects due to the prevalent use of metal plating and alloys, EuroLux Antiques uses the term metal rather than the more specific terms copper, brass, aluminum, steel, etc. for its listings in order to avoid confusion. MetalColor(s):BrassBulb Included:0Mark: Style: EmpireNAPOLEON AND THE EMPIRE STYLEAfter the French Revolution in 1789, a new Republic was briefly installed. By 1804, however, a brash young general by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte had literally crowned himself Emperor of France and ushered in a new flamboyant style of furniture and decorative arts. Just as fashion had been greatly impacted by the discovery of Pompeii in 1748, Napoleon’s conquering of Egypt in 1798 led to a mania for all things Egyptian. The Sphinx, and especially its claw feet, was seen on everything from chairs to cabinets and sideboards, as well as other symbolic animals including the swan, serpent, and griffon. Decorative elements from the Neo-Classical Louis XVI period were continued, but in a more grandiose manner and in combination with a military theme. Classical columns were frequently used as supports and ormolu (an alloy of brass and other metals meant to resemble gold) was used excessively to make furniture look glamorous. Ormolu laurel wreaths mounted in prominent positions on furniture, symbolizing victory in battle, are also frequently found on pieces from the Empire style. These military references refer to Napoleon’s conquests as he expanded the French Empire. Mahogany is the predominant wood used in the masculine Empire style. It is interesting to note that as the United States was in its infancy in the early 1800s and was greatly aligned with France, many new civic and bank buildings were built and furnished in the Empire style, with Greek columns and claw feet prominently featured. Object:ChandelierAvailability & OptionsAvailability:Available for Immediate Shipment.The Fine PrintOur chandeliers are typically measured from lowest point of the bottom of chandelier to the top of the main body of the chandelier. This does not include the chain that hangs from the ceiling. If you have any questions regarding height or other dimension of a particular chandelier, please contact EuroLuxAntiques. We will not be held responsible for misunderstandings due to the way we measure the size of our chandeliers. Photographs of chandeliers are generally taken while the chandelier is lit. This can occasionally alter the color or appearance of the chandelier. If you have specific concerns about the color of a chandelier while it is not lit, please contact EuroLuxAntiques prior to purchasing. Chandeliers listed by EuroLuxAntiques were functioning in our retail location at the time of listing on various online sales channels, however, EuroLuxAntiques and EuroLux Imports, Inc., makes no warranties, express or implied, regarding safety, future functioning, fire hazard or compliance with applicable building codes in your area. We recommend that you seek the advice of a licensed electrician prior to installation.Terms & ConditionsBy purchasing, all Buyers acknowledge that they have completely read and agree to all terms and conditions stated in EuroLux Antiques' Complete Terms and Conditions. EuroLux Antiques has painstakingly developed these policies and procedures to protect the Buyer and EuroLux Antiques, and not reading these policies will not be accepted as an excuse for the Buyer’s dissatisfaction.A Note About ShippingEuroLux Antiques takes a great deal of pride in its packing and shipping. Please keep in mind that packing fragile and irreplaceable vintage and antique items is not a quick or cheap endeavor. Proper packaging is expensive and bulky and takes a great deal of time to do the job correctly. Boxes are often far larger than most customers (or ) would imagine when packed properly. Occasionally, 's shipping calculator over-estimates shipping charges. We make a concerted effort to refund grossly excessive shipping charges whenever possible.When a customer selects UPS Ground, we sometimes ship with an equivalent service such as FedEx or DHL. The shipping charges are similar, and we have found these companies also offer our customers superior customer service. We also occasionally upgrade shipping from USPS Parcel Post to Priority or UPS/FedEx/DHL Ground.We are a small, family-owned business and our aim is to get your purchase to you as quickly as possible as safely as possible. Delays occasionally can occur due to not having the correct packaging material on hand or missing our regularly scheduled packaging pickup or drop off. We ask your consideration in matters such as these, and we try to communicate with you when delays push delivery out longer than our customers should normally anticipate. We value your inquiries should you have any questions or concerns at any time during our shipping process. Please, Do Not Contact EuroLux for Appraisals, Information About or Sale of Your Personal ItemsEuroLux Antiques receives many phone calls and emails each day from people requesting additional information, appraisals, or assistance selling their items. We are very happy to discuss any of our items with prospective buyers, but due to time constraints, we cannot respond to requests from non-customers. If your item is of a similar nature to one you see in our listings, please take that as a guide to your item's potential value and please feel free to use any information from our listings to help you identify your item. We do not buy from individuals, and if you wish to sell your items, we might suggest listing them on an online sales site. We do, however, welcome additional information or corrections regarding any of our listings by collectors of these items. Thank you for your understanding.Thanks! Aimee & Greg Talbot at EuroLuxAntiques Watch Our Video:Free Shipping!Meet The FamilyMeet Aimee & Greg Talbot, Owners of EuroLuxWe Proudly Donate To:Visit Pets Inc., A No-Kill Animal Adoption CenterEuroLux Antiques1409 Main Street.Newberry, SC 29108.866.602.9394.

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