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Chandelier Collection

"Captivating Chandeliers

Background imageChandelier Collection: William Pitt the Younger addressing Parliament

William Pitt the Younger addressing Parliament
William Pitt (the Younger) addressing the House of Commons

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior of Komsomolskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Interior of Komsomolskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageChandelier Collection: Osborne House, Drawing Room J030031

Osborne House, Drawing Room J030031
OSBORNE HOUSE, Isle of Wight. Interior view. The Drawing Room. Some items shown maybe on loan from the Royal Collection

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck

The Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck
The Arnolfini Portrait. 1434. By Jan van Eyck (1394-1441). Oil on oak panel. National Gallery. London. Great Britain

Background imageChandelier Collection: Dance in the public ballroom of the Imperial Palace, Vienna. Watercolor by Wilhelm Gause, 1900

Dance in the public ballroom of the Imperial Palace, Vienna. Watercolor by Wilhelm Gause, 1900
COURT BALL AT THE HOFBURG. Dance in the public ballroom of the Imperial Palace, Vienna. Watercolor by Wilhelm Gause, 1900. Emperor Francis Joseph is on the far right

Background imageChandelier Collection: Novoslobodskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Novoslobodskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageChandelier Collection: Permanent Hair-Waving machine, 1928

Permanent Hair-Waving machine, 1928
Curls are attached by the flex to the chandelier-like electrical machine. This device was exhibited at the Hairdressers Annual Exhibion at the White City, 1928

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Royal Family of Great Britain 1897

The Royal Family of Great Britain 1897 (the year of Queen Victorias Diamond Jubilee). 1897

Background imageChandelier Collection: Striped Drawing Room, Apsley House J050011

Striped Drawing Room, Apsley House J050011
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Striped Drawing Room looking towards the Dining Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Brodsworth Hall J950228

Brodsworth Hall J950228
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Interior view of the Drawing Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Concert given by Cardinal de La Rochefoucauld at the Argentina Theatre in Rome

Concert given by Cardinal de La Rochefoucauld at the Argentina Theatre in Rome
XIR18934 Concert given by Cardinal de La Rochefoucauld at the Argentina Theatre in Rome, on the Marriage of Louis the Dauphin (1729-65) son of Louis XV, to Marie-Josephe of Saxony (1731-67)

Background imageChandelier Collection: Queen Victoria and family, Diamond Jubilee

Queen Victoria and family, Diamond Jubilee
Queen Victoria (1819 - 1901) surrounded by some of her family to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee

Background imageChandelier Collection: Catalan Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Europe

Catalan Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, Europe

Background imageChandelier Collection: Dinner in an aristocratic French home

Dinner in an aristocratic French home, with servants attending to everyones needs

Background imageChandelier Collection: Lecture at Drottningholm, 1779. Creator: Per Hillestrom

Lecture at Drottningholm, 1779. Creator: Per Hillestrom
Lecture at Drottningholm, 1779

Background imageChandelier Collection: Three Giraffes & Bubbles Black & White

Three Giraffes & Bubbles Black & White
Sue Skellern

Background imageChandelier Collection: Brodsworth Hall, Dining Room N080312

Brodsworth Hall, Dining Room N080312
BRODSWORTH HALL, South Yorkshire. Interior view of the Dining Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Queen Marys Chinese Chippendale Room at Buckingham Palace, c1935

Queen Marys Chinese Chippendale Room at Buckingham Palace, c1935. From The Illustrated London News Silver Jubilee Record Number 1910-1935. [The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd. London, 1935]

Background imageChandelier Collection: Scheffers Restaurant and Tearoom, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Scheffers Restaurant and Tearoom, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Scheffers Restaurant and Tearoom, Lijnbaan, Rotterdam, Netherlands. Date: circa 1950

Background imageChandelier Collection: Masked Ball in the Hoftheater, Bonn, 1754 (oil on canvas)

Masked Ball in the Hoftheater, Bonn, 1754 (oil on canvas)
XZL147657 Masked Ball in the Hoftheater, Bonn, 1754 (oil on canvas) by Rousseau, Jakob (1757-1826); Schloss Augustusburg, Bruhl, Germany; German, out of copyright

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Forum Club, 6 Grosvenor Place, London. The drawing room

The Forum Club, 6 Grosvenor Place, London. The drawing room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Piccadilly Drawing Room, Apsley House J040039

Piccadilly Drawing Room, Apsley House J040039
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Piccadilly Drawing Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Yellow Drawing Room, Bath House, Piccadilly BL21163

Yellow Drawing Room, Bath House, Piccadilly BL21163
BATH HOUSE, 82 Piccadilly, London. Interior view. The Yellow Drawing Room. Commissioned by Sir Julius Wernher and photographed by H Bedford Lemere in March 1911

Background imageChandelier Collection: Woman playing harpsichord a071907

Woman playing harpsichord a071907
FENTON HOUSE, Hampstead, London. Interior view showing a woman in evening dress playing the harpsichord. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1960-1965

Background imageChandelier Collection: Apsley House J040040

Apsley House J040040
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Piccadilly Drawing Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Chiswick House, Red Velvet Room J010013

Chiswick House, Red Velvet Room J010013
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Red Velvet Room

Background imageChandelier Collection: Apsley House J040037

Apsley House J040037
APSLEY HOUSE, London. Interior view of the Waterloo Gallery

Background imageChandelier Collection: Brilliant Hall, Golestan Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tehran, Islamic Republic

Brilliant Hall, Golestan Palace, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Middle East

Background imageChandelier Collection: Romantic Couple Dancing

Romantic Couple Dancing
Dancing discreetly in a romantic corner. Date: early 20th century

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Kings cabinet de travail (study) at Versailles. The Sun King by Nancy Mitford

The Kings cabinet de travail (study) at Versailles. The Sun King by Nancy Mitford, page 248. The Palace of Versailles was built over a period of 60 years by some 36

Background imageChandelier Collection: Frescoes, Holy Trinity Cathedral, founded 1902, Sibiu, Transylvania Region, Romania

Frescoes, Holy Trinity Cathedral, founded 1902, Sibiu, Transylvania Region, Romania, Europe

Background imageChandelier Collection: Europe, United Kingdom, England, West Yorkshire, Leeds, Leeds Grand Theatre

Europe, United Kingdom, England, West Yorkshire, Leeds, Leeds Grand Theatre

Background imageChandelier Collection: Hush!, (The Concert), c1875. Artist: James Tissot

Hush!, (The Concert), c1875. Artist: James Tissot
Hush!, (The Concert), c1875. From the Manchester Art Gallery collection

Background imageChandelier Collection: Secret Societies (nineteenth century). Initiation ceremony o

Secret Societies (nineteenth century). Initiation ceremony of a new member. Colored engraving

Background imageChandelier Collection: Council Room, Town Hall, Louvain (Leuven), Belgium

Council Room, Town Hall, Louvain (Leuven), Belgium
View inside the Council Room of the gothic Town Hall, Louvain (Leuven), Belgium, dating back to the 15th century. Date: circa 1910

Background imageChandelier Collection: Entrance hall corridor, Woolwich Town Hall, SE London

Entrance hall corridor, Woolwich Town Hall, SE London. circa 1908

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Silk Exchange. Valencia. Spain

The Silk Exchange. Valencia. Spain
The Silk Exchange.(La Lonja de la Seda) (Late Gothic) 1482-1548. UNESCO World Heritage. Valencia. Spain

Background imageChandelier Collection: Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles (photo)

Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles (photo)
7423007 Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles (photo) by Mansart, Jules Hardouin (1646-1708); Musee et Domaine National de Versailles et de Trianon, Versailles, France; (add.info.: Hall of Mirrors)

Background imageChandelier Collection: A Corner of the Drawing Room, Claridge's Hotel, London

A Corner of the Drawing Room, Claridge's Hotel, London Date: 1911

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Toast, 1913

The Toast, 1913
NOO69080 The Toast, 1913 by Jack, Richard (1866-1952); Private Collection; (add.info.: by Richard Jack); Photo © John Noott Galleries, Broadway, Worcestershire, UK

Background imageChandelier Collection: The great subscription room at Brookss in Opposition (coloured engraving)

The great subscription room at Brookss in Opposition (coloured engraving)
607901 The great subscription room at Brookss in Opposition (coloured engraving) by Hasenpflug, Carl Georg Adolph (1802-58); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageChandelier Collection: Marble Balustrades of the Staircase in the Foreign Office, c1935. Creator: King

Marble Balustrades of the Staircase in the Foreign Office, c1935. Creator: King
Marble Balustrades of the Staircase in the Foreign Office, c1935. The Italianate interior of the Foreign Office in King Charles Street, off Whitehall, in central London

Background imageChandelier Collection: Kiev Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Kiev Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageChandelier Collection: Candelabra, St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna, Austria

Candelabra, St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna, Austria

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Hall Of Infamy

The Hall Of Infamy
Diners watching a punch-up in their midst at the Oyster Saloon in Bridges Street, New Covent Garden, London. Original Artwork: The Hall of Infamy, alias the Oyster Saloon in Bridges Street

Background imageChandelier Collection: ALMACKs CLUB, c1815. Member of English high society in the ballroom of Almacks Assembly Rooms in

ALMACKs CLUB, c1815. Member of English high society in the ballroom of Almacks Assembly Rooms in London, England, during the Regency. Line engraving, 1890

Background imageChandelier Collection: View of the restored Hall of Mirrors (Galerie dese Glaces

View of the restored Hall of Mirrors (Galerie dese Glaces
AIS5382169 View of the restored Hall of Mirrors (Galerie dese Glaces) in the Versailles Castle (photo) by Mansart, Jules Hardouin (1646-1708); (add.info)

Background imageChandelier Collection: EyeUbiquitous_20101796

EyeUbiquitous_20101796
USA, New York, Manhattan, Grand Central Terminal railway station entrance to the Main Concourse from the Vanderbilt Hall with people walking below the American Stars and Stripes flag



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"Captivating Chandeliers: Illuminating Timeless Elegance Across Eras and Continents" From the opulent halls of The Arnolfini Portrait by Van Eyck to the grandeur of William Pitt the Younger addressing Parliament, chandeliers have long been a symbol of status and sophistication. These magnificent light fixtures have graced some of history's most iconic spaces. Step into the Interior of Komsomolskaya Metro Station in Moscow, Russia, where a dazzling chandelier adds an ethereal glow to this architectural masterpiece. Meanwhile, Osborne House's Drawing Room exudes Victorian charm with its resplendent crystal centerpiece, casting a warm radiance upon gatherings within. In 1897, The Royal Family of Great Britain basked under shimmering lights as they celebrated Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee – a testament to chandeliers' enduring allure. And who could forget the Permanent Hair-Waving machine from 1928? Even personal grooming was elevated with these luminous creations. Brodsworth Hall's ornate fixture in J950228 transports us back to an era when elegance knew no bounds. Similarly, Apsley House's Striped Drawing Room showcases how they can enhance even the most regal interiors with their timeless beauty. Music filled the air during Cardinal de La Rochefoucauld's concert at Rome's Argentina Theatre; yet it was undoubtedly the majestic chandelier that stole many glances throughout this enchanting performance. Likewise, Dinner in an aristocratic French home became alluringly atmospheric as candlelight danced off exquisite crystals overhead. Finally, journey to Barcelona's Catalan Gothic church of Santa Maria del Mar – where heavenly rays filter through stained glass windows and mingle with delicate chandelier illumination – creating an awe-inspiring ambiance for worshippers across centuries. Through artistry and craftsmanship spanning continents and epochs, these captivating chandeliers continue to captivate our imaginations.