From large, elaborate pieces that are sure to wow, to smaller crystal chandeliers that will add a touch of glamour to your home.
What is a crystal chandelier?
Crystal chandeliers are a chandelier which is adorned with many or few glass crystals. Unlike the glass we are used to in windows or drinking glasses, the glass of a crystal chandelier contains lead oxide, which makes it refract light in a way which is far more brilliant to look at. The beautiful and elaborate details of crystal chandeliers can add a touch of luxury to a home.
Famous crystal chandeliers
Palace of Versailles, Paris - Within this beautiful palace, there is a room named the Hall of Mirrors, which is dedicated to the economic and political success of France. This room contains some iconic crystal chandeliers, that are instantly recognisable throughout the world. The chandeliers of this room are an example of luxury, opulence and beauty.
Dolmabahçe Palace, Istanbul - A gift from Queen Victoria, the chandelier located in the Ceremonial Hall of the Dolmabahçe Palace is the largest Bohemian crystal chandelier in the world. It weighs an incredible 4.5 tonnes, with 750 lamps.
Our crystal chandeliers do not have an IP44 rating, therefore they are not safe for use close to a water source or in a bathroom.
We have a brilliant blog that you can check out HERE if you’d like some information about IP ratings and how to know where your light is safe.
Top spots for crystal chandeliers
Entrance hall - A crystal chandelier is sure to wow guests as they enter. The stunning details are show stopping and unforgettable.
Dining room - Fine dining to the max! Add a touch of luxury to your dining room, with a beautiful chandelier that can be a memorable feature piece in the centre of the room.
How to clean a crystal chandelier
A regular dusting with a soft cloth should be sufficient to keep your fitting clean. Do not use abrasive cleaners as they will damage the finish of your antique light fitting.