A pair of late 18th century Adam period Irish cut glass two light mirror chandeliers, each having a drop hung canopy above a baluster column and central bowl issuing a central scroll arm with suspended circular cut glass prism and two double scroll candle arms with Vandyke drip pans and nozzles above a smaller canopy with glass drops and orb finial, suspended in front of replaced 18th century oval mirror plate with cobalt blue and parcel gilt opaque white lozenge border.

Literature: Martin Mortimer, The English Glass Chandelier, 2000, p. 163, pl. 101.


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