Crystorama Maria Theresa Chandelier

The History of Maria Theresa Chandelier

Published On September 8, 2018 | By admin | Chandelier Design

Maria Theresa chandelier РOne of the forms of well-known throughout the world for a chandelier is a form of Maria Theresa. A chandelier Maria Theresa seemed to be made whole from glass (visible from a distance), but basically has a frame made of iron.

Crystorama Maria Theresa Chandelier

Crystorama Maria Theresa Chandelier

The story behind this chandelier is also quite unique. The empress Maria Theresa has been recognized by historians as the inspiration behind this classic-shaped chandelier. This elegant chandelier becomes a sign of the triumph of Baroque architecture which began in 1600-1750. Apparently, the emperor very fascinated with crystal chandeliers in the court of Louis XV he saw during a visit to France. As a result of his travels, the emperor asked the same chandelier models that are installed in Vienna Palace. Until now, the beauty of Maria Theresa chandelier became a major aspect of the dwellings elite around the world.

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Now decoration for this kind of chandeliers began to be applied in various forms. Maria Theresa chandelier other characteristics are part of arms (of the diameter of the lamp) by finishing gold or silver and coated with crystals, locked with crystal rosettes made precisely to follow the curve of each stalk of the chandelier. The end result is a masterpiece of lighting that can beautify a room, even the simplest.

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