The Eclat Chandelier
Cox London for Rose Tarlow Melrose House
“Eclat” was inspired by similar gem-like chandeliers of the 1920s especially those made by the renowned Bagues in this period. Eclat, meaning to sparkle or shine, does just that; The wrought iron frame is gilded in real silver or gold leaf or can be a warm bronze patina. The cut lead crystal flowers and stylized leaves can also be specified in in various colours. Cox London has produced similar chandeliers to suit specific spaces and supply a full design and service. Each metal component is cut lathed and shaped to construct the frame of the chandelier, which is then gilded and distressed. Different sized cut crystal leaves are applied on single stems and back lit by reflective gilt metal. Flowers and buds of hand woven, cut crystal drops are arranged in a bouquet springing from the central crystal urn.
Tapered candle sleeve, parchment
(8) E12 25 watt maximum
Item No. DEC-100810
Materials: Steel and Glass / Finishes: 14T Distressed Silver Leaf / 15T Distressed Gold Leaf / CL Clear Glass, AB Amber Glass, or AM Amethyst Glass
33.46Dia x 29.53H / Canopy 4.72Dia Chain 3 feet Additional chain available. Price upon request.
- Glass, Metal
About Cox London for Rose Tarlow Melrose House
Rose Tarlow Melrose House introduces, for the first time ever, a design partnership with Cox London, bringing their extraordinary designs to the U.S. design marketplace.