A VICTORIAN EIGHT LIGHT TENT AND WATERFALL GASOLIER BY F&C OSLER
A fine eight light gasolier of tent and waterfall design by F&C Osler with graduating drop hung dishes cascading to a rule drop tent, this draped to the main ring issuing eight decorative six sided branches mounted with drop hung drip pans and spires, the central mount issuing a further eight hollow six sided arms for gas still retaining there original glass gas taps, each supporting a drop hung drip pan and engraved frosted shades with classic roman scenes, the main ring supporting five concentric rings of drops and lapidary cut finial, the chandelier hung with eight sided spangles and rule drops.
- Height 172.5 cm / 68"
- Width 106.5 cm / 42"
- Period 1850-1899
- Year 1870
- Country England
- Style Victorian
- Provenance Maybrook mansion, Pennsylvania
- Literature The line drawing of similar smaller design.
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