The important golden bronze chandelier was made in northern Europe in the early 20th century in the Louis XVI style.
The structure is in gilded bronze finely chiselled with geometric motifs and decorated with palmetta and foliated motifs. From the central body there are two concentric circles of different sizes from which depart curved arms candle holder. A rich decoration of crystals of different shapes and sizes embellish the chandelier ensuring the spread of light and creating a pleasant scenic effect.
The upper part of the chandelier, near the ceiling anchoring system, consists of a bronze element from which are inserted several curved elements in the bronzes that soar upwards and then gently fall and support series of crystals that crown with great elegance the composition as a whole.
The chandelier, working, is very decorative. Retains the gracefulness and elegance that distinguishes the Louis XVI style and the preciousness of gold and the brightness of the crystals, in which the light is reflected, contribute to make it a valuable piece of furniture and easy to fit into any environment, perfect with antique and modern furnishings.