Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 00:10:27 AM. Chandelier. By Ancelina Ailleboust.
For the past decades, modern chandeliers have consistently captured our visual interest. In fact, it is hard to imagine luxurious hotels, homes and restaurants if chandeliers are nonexistent on their ceilings. However, more than the emphasis we give on their aesthetics, it is also imperative to comprehend their parts in order to utilize chandeliers to their full extent. Although every chandelier has their own distinct qualities, most of them share the same parts which if properly understood would make it easier for chandelier owners to fix them and locate their problems.
The history of chandeliers is as varied as the styles and material that a chandelier is made out of. From the first time that someone realized how brilliantly lit a domicile was if you had multiple candles burning above people's heads or their natural line of sight. Chandeliers jumped from mere light fixtures high above peoples head, to a craftsman's work of art. During the early 19th century, chandeliers were made to look, shine, and display their light in a specific well crafted way. In fact, there are old rot iron chandeliers that the lighting itself is part of the style.
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