Decorative clear Rezzonico chandelier for rooms with low ceilings 
A beautiful example of a Venetian 'Rezzonico' chandelier, showing off the interlocking glass shapes which cover the arms, defining it as such.
During the 18th century, an era when ostentatious displays of wealth were the order of the day, a huge chandelier was commissioned for the Rezzonico palace in Venice, but it was in danger of breaking under its own weight. For the first time, a metal frame was made, and the arms were jacketed in these glass pieces. And so the Rezzonico chandelier was born.
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This particular design is wider and lower than many others, making it more suitable if ceiling height is restricted. It can also be installed without its chain or ceiling rose if space really is at a premium.
Drop: 30" / 75cm plus. ceiling rose and chain
Diameter: 35" / 90cm
Illumination: 6 x 60W E12 bulbs.