If you don’t see the crystal chandelier replacement part that you need, please contact us. We have many, many more pieces than what can be seen on http://www.chandelier.com, and we are happy to help you find what you need.
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The Crystal Room of the Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, VA. The crystal chandeliers and sconces, all by Chandelier.com, were installed during various decades starting in the 1960”s and include the lovely Windsor – http://www.chandelier.com/windsor-crystal-chandelier/
We get tons of questions about the difference between full-cut and half-cut pendants. Place your pendant on a table. A half-cut pendant will lay flat and completely parrallel ot the table. The full-cut will not because a point or small plane will prevent it. http://www.chandelier.com/shop-our-chandelier-lam-replacement-parts/
History anyone? In the 15th century, homes relied only on sunlight, but houses of worship created the first chandeliers by fitting candles on crosses or circles of wood – raised and lowered by rope. At http://www.Chandelier.com, our chandeliers are electric, but we can make them for candles if you want. 🙂
Need help deciding how large of a crystal chandelier you need? For a dining room, simply add the length and the width of your room – a 10′ x 12′ dining room would call for approximately a 22″ wide chandelier. Find additional helpful info at http://www.Chandelier.com.