This chandelier is an original version of the chain models that could be found in the eighteenth century, like the flaming, Louis XVI period, at Versailles Castle.
On an openwork central cut surmounted by a metal dagger, twelve arms of light spread out.
These last each support a cup in the centre of which a candle sleeve in flower button flourishes.
Four arms from the central dagger connect, thanks to chains, the central cut to a small top in height adorned with rosettes and pendants.
These same pendants are replicated under the cut and on the arms of light.
This composition creates two superimposed parts, a first in bronze, very light by the spacing of the arms and a second of crystal, more furnished, in the image of a forest.