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Bronze Caldwell chandelier


Circa 1900
A large, three-tier, thirty-light chandelier by the New York Maker E. F. Caldwell that once hung at Harvard University's Dental School Dining Hall. The large baluster-form body is detailed with repousse Harvard emblems. The S-profile arms flare in their middles, where they are broken by a bead and knop detail, and taper under the broad waxpans and candle-cups. All in their original dark aged bronze patina.

  • Dimensions

    Current height: 118"
    Minimum height: 96"
    Overall: 61" diameter

  • Lamping

    30 Edison sockets, maximum 15 watts per socket

  • Options

    Dry UL listing available with modifications; please contact your salesperson for pricing.

  • Availability

    1 fixture total available.
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