Eight branch gilt-bronze Gothic Chandelier with storm shades

Eight branch gilt-bronze Gothic Chandelier with storm shades

Eight branch gilt-bronze Gothic Chandelier with storm shades

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Eight branch gilt-bronze Gothic Chandelier with storm shades:
with central Gothic turret, four branches with male masks and four with pointed finials. Early 19th Century, restored with later stormshades. Provenance: from the Collection of Sir Jeremy Lever, Stour House, Sandwich, Kent.

Height: 31.5" - 80.0cm
Width: 28" - 71.0cm
Glossary Words

Gothic Revival

Gothic designs, based on medieval, Tudor and Jacobean, were introduced in the late 18th and early 19th centuries (see Strawberry Hill Gothic). It became the prominent British style for Queen Victoria's reign, following the writings and designs of A.W.N. Pugin and others from the 1840s onwards.

gilded, gilt

A very thin layer of gold applied to brass or bronze.
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