Large Florentine chandelier with 16 lights distributed in a double row, dating from the early 19th century. Centrally supported by an iron rod covered with transparent blown glass in various workmanships and interspersed with wooden elements carved with leaf and gilded motifs, two of which serve as housings for the glass arms. Decorated with drop-shaped and prism-shaped pendant crystals, the latter arranged in a cascade, while a larger beveled glass pendant serves as the terminal of the lower section. Blown glass leaves alternate with the arms, completing the ornamental apparatus. Replacements and small damages. Electrified later, it was originally designed for candle lights.
Dimensions: 158 x 118 cm