A branched support for candles or other lights, which either stands on a surface or projects from a wall.
- The show will feature exquisite items from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century, including silver, giltwood and crystal chandeliers, sconces and girandoles, candelabra and candlesticks.
- There are also two exceptional George III-style, giltwood mirror girandoles, and a quantity of chandeliers including two outstanding pairs, each with an estimate of €8,000 - €15,000.
- The architects Robert and James Adam published designs for hanging lamps and girandoles in their Works in Architecture.
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