Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 18:22:30 PM. Chandelier. By Armina Jomphe.
Based on the early success of Murano glass oil lamps the artisans eventually graduated to a Murano glass chandelier. Lovers of luxury and exquisite surroundings rich Venetians could not underestimate the value of a glass chandelier. Far from being just a good way of lighting up the room a beautiful Venetian chandelier gave a focal point to every room and was a unique attraction that was revered by anyone who entered the house - family friends business partners and customers alike. Chandeliers started to proudly sparkle in every window of every Venetian palazzo church and public place and every night the reflections of light from the glass echoed star light reflected off the water of the famous canals giving the city its magical and unique appearance.
Contemporary chandeliers can be made of numerous different metal finishes such as bronze brass nickel chrome and even silver. There are heaps of bronze finishes such as weathered bronze imperial bronze tannery bronze dorian bronze and sable bronze patinas. With the nickel finishes one can get from brushed nickel brushed nickel with chrome iron oxide olde pewter olde iron polished brass empire silver distressed black and so on. Indeed there are even a lot of varieties in terms of the shades such as marble glass shades etched opal glass shades antique etched glass Venetian Scavo glass double French Scavo glass umber with teadust glass umbered alabaster silk shades and a lot lot more.
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