Chandelier with ten cut crystals and gold leaf structure
By Allison Paladino, LED lighting - Fine Art Lamps - Chandeliers
Imagined by designer Allison Paladino, this superb chandelier consists of a circular metal structure on three arms, the finish is with gold leaf, and on this structure are ten hexagon-cut crystals. The light is produced by a series of LED modules inserted in the glass, and guarantees soft and pleasant lighting. A collection all in crystal, sparkling with a twilight light, pale as the Arctic, which undulates like an aurora borealis. Dichroic glass, developed by NASA, is made and cut in the workshops of Fine Art Lamps in close collaboration with glass sculptor Frank Eglesby. The line combines impeccable gold, silver or bronze finishes with hexagonal crystals, each of which integrates in a unique manner into the luminaires because they are individually cut. The brand strikes once again with its ability to transform light into a true work of art. The line includes ten other suspensions (16090028, 16090030, 16090037, 16090038, 16090039, 16090040, 16090041, 16090042, 16090049, 16090050, 16090051) and six sconces (16090031, 16090032, 16090033, 16090034, 16090035)., 16090033, 16090034, 16090035).
Dimensions: 52 cm high, 81cm in diameter, total height between 64cm and 234cm to be specified when ordering.
The light source comes from twenty LED modules with a color temperature of 2700 ° K integrated and compatible with a dimmer.
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