By Mason Faubert. Chandelier. Published at Friday, November 24th, 2017 - 16:38:09 PM.
These stunning crystal chandelier designs have been introduced since 2002, with the most recent unveiling occurring in April 2006. Let's take a look at some of the stunning crystal chandelier designs that have been realized through the years. Fashion designers Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke designed a chandelier in 2006 called "Science & Fiction". The shape of this chandelier was based on the Marie-Therese design, which is identified with the 18th century Empress of Austria. The beautiful Marie-Therese chandelier is noted for its ornate candle arms, and "Science & Fiction" made sure to pay homage to this old standard. The chandelier includes 111 crystals that feature a print of one of a kind design, and it is completed by 32 lit black candles.
Murano glass stands for beauty, quality craftsmanship, and tradition. From as early as 1200's Murano glassmakers operated their furnaces to create beautiful objects from such trivial substances as sand, sodium, and certain basic minerals. The foundations of the craft came down to Venetians from ancient Romans that knew how to heat up silica (or fine sand) till it starts to melt, add minerals for colors, and shape the hot glass mass into intricate forms. But certainly not everyone who knew the theory of this process could create high quality glass objects.
For centuries, chandeliers have been a sign of wealth, class, and elegance. Initially relegated only to cathedrals, castles, and homes of the very wealthy, chandeliers were fairly impractical as they held candles that burned out frequently and had to be replaced by servants. With the advent of electric lighting, however, chandeliers quickly became a way not just to display glamour and class, but to effectively light a room, as well.
No matter your taste or preference - chandelier lighting offers important and valuable considerations in your building and home or office design. The light it holds offers much more than utilitarian application, but represents the personal style, distinction, and beauty that presents an impression and interpretation of its owner. Allowing your lighting source to serve as a work of art in either a more understated traditional beauty or in the sophisticated and unusual designs of modern chandelier lighting, we only have one chance to make that first impression and to create the mood our unique setting deserves. We've come a long way from outdoor lanterns and carefully placed candles and in so doing we have recaptured what light can only do - offer each of us hope, warmth, and beauty.
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