Adam

Below are examples of items we have previously produced. Many can be recreated or adapted to your specifications. 
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Towards the end of the 18th century the influence of architect Robert Adam meant that designs began to take a more slender and elegant form, often featuring the Greek urn shape in the middle of the shaft.
Most Adam style chandeliers have two tiers of arms with the upper tier supporting triangular spikes or spires. The solid arms are usually ground with six flat sides and four rows of thumb cuts. The “Van Dyke” style drip pans and candle nozzles are removable and are attached to the arms with metal ferrules. They have both top and bottom canopies and dressings are usually pear shaped buttons with larger pear shaped pendant drops.