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Chandelier Collection (#6)

"Captivating Chandeliers

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior with bookcase in Renaissance style, c.1925. Creator: Monogrammist HK

Interior with bookcase in Renaissance style, c.1925. Creator: Monogrammist HK
Interior with bookcase in Renaissance style, c.1925

Background imageChandelier Collection: View of a concert hall in Venice, 1735-1805. Creator: Unknown

View of a concert hall in Venice, 1735-1805. Creator: Unknown
View of a concert hall in Venice, 1735-1805

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior of a church in Utrecht, 1827-1891. Creator: Johannes Bosboom

Interior of a church in Utrecht, 1827-1891. Creator: Johannes Bosboom
Interior of a church in Utrecht, 1827-1891

Background imageChandelier Collection: Lower Waiting-Hall, House of Commons, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Lower Waiting-Hall, House of Commons, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Lower Waiting-Hall, House of Commons, 1856. Interior of the new Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London. The ceiling of the Hall is divided into nine principal compartments by bold beams

Background imageChandelier Collection: Reception of the Siamese Ambassadors, with Presents, by Her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, 1857

Reception of the Siamese Ambassadors, with Presents, by Her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, 1857. Creator: Unknown
Reception of the Siamese Ambassadors, with Presents, by Her Majesty, at Windsor Castle, 1857. The Queen and the Court were assembled in state;

Background imageChandelier Collection: New Music-Hall, Evan's Hotel, Covent-Garden, 1856. Creator: Unknown

New Music-Hall, Evan's Hotel, Covent-Garden, 1856. Creator: Unknown
New Music-Hall, Evan's Hotel, Covent-Garden, 1856. The new Hall has been built from the designs of Mr. William Finch Hill...Great brilliancy of effect is produced...by ten rich cut-glass

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. One of the most splendidly-embellished apartments is the Music Room...It rises to the height of 41 feet

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Speaker of the House of Commons Levee, 1857. Creator: Unknown

The Speaker of the House of Commons Levee, 1857. Creator: Unknown
The Speaker of the House of Commons Levee, [London], 1857. The Right Honourable the Speaker of the House of Commons gave his last Parliamantary full-dress dinner on Saturday evening

Background imageChandelier Collection: Marriage Ceremonial of the Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild... 1857

Marriage Ceremonial of the Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild... 1857. Creator: Unknown
Marriage Ceremonial of the Baron Alphonse de Rothschild and Miss Leonora Rothschild [at Gunnersbury Park]: the Bridegroom Breaking the Wine-cup, 1857

Background imageChandelier Collection: An Evening Party in the Artist's Home, 1899. Creator: Viggo Johansen

An Evening Party in the Artist's Home, 1899. Creator: Viggo Johansen
An Evening Party in the Artist's Home, 1899

Background imageChandelier Collection: Reception of the envoys of the King of Kandy by Governor Imam Falck, 1772

Reception of the envoys of the King of Kandy by Governor Imam Falck, 1772. Creator: Carel Frederik Reimer
Reception of the envoys of the King of Kandy by Governor Imam [sic] Falck, 1772. Iman Willem Falck, Governor of Zeylan (Dutch Ceylon, now Sri Lanka)

Background imageChandelier Collection: Marble front hall at the Gothic Hall, Kneuterdijk Palace, The Hague, 1850

Marble front hall at the Gothic Hall, Kneuterdijk Palace, The Hague, 1850. Creator: Augustus Wijnantz
Marble front hall at the Gothic Hall, Kneuterdijk Palace, The Hague, 1850

Background imageChandelier Collection: Bal Paré (The Jewel Ball), 1774. Creator: Antoine Jean Duclos

Bal Paré (The Jewel Ball), 1774. Creator: Antoine Jean Duclos
Bal Pare (The Jewel Ball), 1774

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Council chamber, Washington's headquarters i.e. Morris-Jumel mansion, N.Y. c1905-1915

The Council chamber, Washington's headquarters i.e. Morris-Jumel mansion, N.Y. c1905-1915. Creator: Unknown
The Council chamber, Washington's headquarters i.e. Morris-Jumel mansion, New York. N.Y. between 1905 and 1915

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Hall, Annapolis, Maryland, (1892?). Creator: Unknown

The Hall, Annapolis, Maryland, (1892?). Creator: Unknown
The Hall, Annapolis, Maryland, (1892?)

Background imageChandelier Collection: Reception of Major-General Sir William Fenwick Williams at Dover - the Reading of the Corporation

Reception of Major-General Sir William Fenwick Williams at Dover - the Reading of the Corporation Ad Creator: Unknown
Reception of Major-General Sir William Fenwick Williams at Dover - the Reading of the Corporation Address, 1856. The hero of Kars is welcomed at the Ship Hotel by the Mayor...in the most enthusiastic

Background imageChandelier Collection: Her Majesty at the Ball of the Turkish Embassy, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Her Majesty at the Ball of the Turkish Embassy, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Her Majesty at the Ball of the Turkish Embassy, 1856. Queen Victoria is entertained by...his Excellency Musurus Bey, the Ambassador of the Ottoman Porte

Background imageChandelier Collection: Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, 1856

Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, 1856. Creator: Henry Duff Linton
Picture Sale at Messrs. Christie and Manson's, King-Street, St. James's, [London], 1856....one of the great attractions of every London season; for to the man of art, letters, and leisure

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Interior of the Vladislav Hall, Prague, after 1615. Creator: Unknown

The Interior of the Vladislav Hall, Prague, after 1615. Creator: Unknown
The Interior of the Vladislav Hall, Prague, after 1615. Copy after Aegidius Sadeler II. Annual fair at Prague Castle

Background imageChandelier Collection: State Banquet given by the Emperor of the French to the Peace Plenipotentiaries, at the Tuileries

State Banquet given by the Emperor of the French to the Peace Plenipotentiaries, at the Tuileries, 1 Creator: Unknown
State Banquet given by the Emperor of the French to the Peace Plenipotentiaries, at the Tuileries, [Paris], 1856. Ending of the Crimean War

Background imageChandelier Collection: Grand Fete and Theatrical Representation at the Hotel de Ville, Paris

Grand Fete and Theatrical Representation at the Hotel de Ville, Paris, in honour of the Peace Plenip Creator: Unknown
Grand Fete and Theatrical Representation at the Hotel de Ville, Paris, in honour of the Peace Plenipotentiaries, 1856....a brilliant spectacle, from 1500 to 2000 persons being present

Background imageChandelier Collection: Hall of the Conferences, Hotel of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, at Paris, 1856. Creator: Unknown

Hall of the Conferences, Hotel of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, at Paris, 1856. Creator: Unknown
Hall of the Conferences, Hotel of the Minister for Foreign Affairs, at Paris, 1856. Scene of...the conclusion of an armistice between the belligerent parties [in the Crimean War]...which armistice

Background imageChandelier Collection: Technology library, the New York Public Library, c.between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Unknown

Technology library, the New York Public Library, c.between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Unknown
Technology library, the New York Public Library, c.between 1910 and 1920

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior, 1896. Creator: Peder Severin Kroyer

Interior, 1896. Creator: Peder Severin Kroyer
Interior, 1896

Background imageChandelier Collection: Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920
Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Group mainly composed of secretaries and clerks for US Representatives and Senators

Background imageChandelier Collection: Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920
Little Congress, between 1910 and 1920. Group mainly composed of secretaries and clerks for US Representatives and Senators

Background imageChandelier Collection: Ways and Means Committee, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Ways and Means Committee

Ways and Means Committee, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Ways and Means Committee
Ways and Means Committee, between 1910 and 1920

Background imageChandelier Collection: Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920
Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Background imageChandelier Collection: Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920
Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Background imageChandelier Collection: Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing. Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920
Senate Women, between 1910 and 1920

Background imageChandelier Collection: Senate Committee and Baker, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing

Senate Committee and Baker, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing
Senate Committee and Baker, between 1910 and 1920. US Secretary of War Newton D. Baker is seated 2nd right

Background imageChandelier Collection: Willard Hotel - dining room, between1901 and 1910. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Willard Hotel - dining room, between1901 and 1910. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Willard Hotel - dining room, between1901 and 1910

Background imageChandelier Collection: Willard Hotel, view of lobby ceiling, chandeliers and columns, between 1901 and 1910

Willard Hotel, view of lobby ceiling, chandeliers and columns, between 1901 and 1910

Background imageChandelier Collection: Willard Hotel - dining room, between 1901 and 1910. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Willard Hotel - dining room, between 1901 and 1910. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Willard Hotel - dining room, between 1901 and 1910

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior of Bushey Church, 1815/1820. Creator: William Henry Hunt

Interior of Bushey Church, 1815/1820. Creator: William Henry Hunt
Interior of Bushey Church, 1815/1820

Background imageChandelier Collection: Le concert. Creator: Jean Claude Richard Saint-Non

Le concert. Creator: Jean Claude Richard Saint-Non
Le concert

Background imageChandelier Collection: Baldrige, J.M. interior of residence, 1931 July 25. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Baldrige, J.M. interior of residence, 1931 July 25. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Baldrige, J.M. interior of residence, 1931 July 25

Background imageChandelier Collection: Almack's in the Days of it's Fashion, Fortune, and Fame, 1890. Creator: Charles Green

Almack's in the Days of it's Fashion, Fortune, and Fame, 1890. Creator: Charles Green
Almack's in the Days of it's Fashion, Fortune, and Fame, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageChandelier Collection: Le duc d'Orléans signant la proclamation de la lieutenance générale du royaume, le 31 juillet 1830

Le duc d'Orléans signant la proclamation de la lieutenance générale du royaume, le 31 juillet 1830
Le duc d'Orleans signant la proclamation de la lieutenance generale du royaume, le 31 juillet 1830, au Palais-Royal, c1836

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior of the stone mountain lodge of Mrs. Paul T. Mayo, Bear Creek Can~on...c1903 - 1923

Interior of the stone mountain lodge of Mrs. Paul T. Mayo, Bear Creek Can~on...c1903 - 1923
Interior of the stone mountain lodge of Mrs. Paul T. Mayo, Bear Creek Can~on, Rocky Mountains, Colorado, designed by architect Jacques Benois Benedict, showing cathedral ceiling, fireplace

Background imageChandelier Collection: Cabinet room, figures, 1889. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Cabinet room, figures, 1889. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Cabinet room, figures, 1889. Photograph shows two men standing around a table in the Cabinet Room of the White House, Washington, D.C

Background imageChandelier Collection: Mary Scott Townsend house, Washington, D.C. c1910-1911. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Mary Scott Townsend house, Washington, D.C. c1910-1911. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Mary Scott Townsend house, Washington, D.C. c1910-1911. The Townsend House, 2121 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C.; purchased by the Cosmos Club in 1950

Background imageChandelier Collection: Green Room, 1893, White House, 1893. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston

Green Room, 1893, White House, 1893. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Green Room, 1893, White House, 1893. Photograph shows the Green Room in the White House furnished with portraits, chandelier and piano

Background imageChandelier Collection: Interior view of a large hall with piano, chairs, small tables, and... Washington, DC

Interior view of a large hall with piano, chairs, small tables, and... Washington, DC
Interior view of a large hall with piano, chairs, small tables, and sofas, chandeliers, ornate ceiling, and of a fireplace in the rear drawing room in the Corcoran House

Background imageChandelier Collection: The Townsend house, home of Sumner Welles... 2121 Massachusetts Ave. N.W... c1910-1911

The Townsend house, home of Sumner Welles... 2121 Massachusetts Ave. N.W... c1910-1911
The Townsend house, home of Sumner Welles, now the Cosmos Club, 2121 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Washington, D.C.- interior view of richly decorated and furnished ballroom, c1910-1911

Background imageChandelier Collection: Grand Ball given by the French Ambassador at Constantinople, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Grand Ball given by the French Ambassador at Constantinople, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Grand Ball given by the French Ambassador at Constantinople, 1854. From "Cassells Illustrated Family Paper; London Weekly 31/12/1853 - 30/12/1854"

Background imageChandelier Collection: Dining(?) room in the White House, Washington, D.C. between 1889 and 1906

Dining(?) room in the White House, Washington, D.C. between 1889 and 1906. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
Dining(?) room in the White House, Washington, D.C. between 1889 and 1906

Background imageChandelier Collection: White House state dining room, north and east sides, Washington, D.C. 1906

White House state dining room, north and east sides, Washington, D.C. 1906. Creator: Frances Benjamin Johnston
White House state dining room, north and east sides, Washington, D.C. 1906




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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.