Pineapple Leaf Chandelier by S A Boulanger

S/N:2CF342

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Pineapple Leaf Chandelier by S A Boulanger

20TH CENTURY FILTH
A quite exceptional pineapple leaf chandelier made by S A Boulanger, Belgium.
Superb quality, this is has 8 contrasting brushed steel and brass arms each housing one chandelier screw in bulb.
The reeded candle drips are heavy and made from solid brass and sit with the cups.
A brass acorn finial (visible in some of the photos) sits underneath the chandelier.
I can't overstate the quality of this light; and whilst quite wide, it's relatively shallow so could well in a large room that doesn't have high ceilings as the links in the chain can easily be removed to suit. The actual drop from the top of the pineapple leaves to the bottom of the light is 42 cms. Full drop is over 1m.
Its in fabulous condition and is in as good condition as vintage can be.
It retains the original ceiling cup so is ready to be fitted.
Supplied, tested by a qualified lighting restorer.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 108cm (42.52in)
  • W: 72cm (28.35in)
  • D: 72cm (28.35in)

Period: 

c. 1970s

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20TH CENTURY FILTH

By Appointment Only
East Sussex
TN38, UK
United Kingdom

20th Century Filth is run by Sandra Carter who left a career in advertising and life in London for the seafront in St Leonards on Sea; an area already known for it’s antiques and vintage shops.

Having renovated a few properties which fuelled her interest (read: obsession) with all forms of mid-century design, she’s gone from being tasked with hunting down specific items for family, friends and Clients to focusing full time on sourcing beautiful pieces from France, Italy, Germany and the UK.

She offers a variety of antiques and design from late 18th century to the 1980s, but with a specialist interest in mid century lighting. 

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