Georgian

Below are examples of items we have previously produced. Many can be recreated or adapted to your specifications. 
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The first English crystal chandeliers evolved from the 17th century Flemish style of metal chandelier. Large baluster stem pieces and scroll shaped arms were recreated in crystal. Most of the glass will be cut and the arms are generally solid, with the earliest chandeliers having neither canopies nor dressings. Metalwork is usually gilt finished, with silver plated tubes inside to disguise the iron shaft.
One of the earliest surviving Georgian chandeliers was made for Thornham Hall, Suffolk in 1732, Wilkinson’s were commissioned by English Heritage to create a faithful reproduction of this chandelier for Chiswick House, London.