Arts and Crafts is an enduring style that honors the tradition of fine craftsmanship and attention to detail. The piece pays homage to this timeless style, which is typified by straight lines forming squares and rectangles, along with the use of natural materials.
My dad used to say 'success is in the details' and among the extra details that Quoizel's master craftsmen and women put in this new chandelier is the decorative chain that surrounds the central support column. The chain is not only variegated in design, it is also beaded and attached to the shade with an inverted v-split just like the mission craftsman did in 1910. The shade is 640 pieces of copper foiled art glass making use of the entire mission spectrum of geometric patterns. I like the pagoda swale best of all. The base is a classic center-pole support style with all metalwork finished in a Valiant Bronze. 27" structure height, 23.5" shade diameter, 3 x 100-watts. Comes with 96" of chain and 144" of wire. For dining rooms with 8' or higher ceiling. For foyers, great rooms and master bedrooms with 9' or greater ceiling.