- Art Deco/Modern
- Osler & Faraday
- Wall Lights
A selection of items that we have available for instant purchase. Please read individual descriptions for more details. All fittings can be altered to your specification i.e. rewiring or metal finishing etc. To find out more please click the 'Enquire about this item' button or contact us with the CS reference number to hand.
Historical Georgian chandelier
An 8 light Classical Georgian chandelier circa 1750 - 70 previously owned by Mrs Hugh Auchincloss, mother of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onasis. Fully cut stempieces, arms and finial are dressed with pendant and link pears. Metalwork is finished in silver plate.
Size: W 100cm, H 122cmReference: cs 1668
- Substantially reduced in price from £73,125 + vat to just £37,500 + vat as it's current owners are ready to part with this lovely piece with a fantastic history.
12 light mid Victorian chandelier
Recently restored 12 light, mid Victorian period chandelier with rope twist arms and large rope twist top crooks and traditional double pointed button dressings with pear pendants. Elements very similar to those of Osler but no makers mark found.Size: W 80cm, H 125cmReference: cs 1900
8 branch Regency chandelier
8 branch Regency chandelier dressed with antique octagonal buttons and tri-icicles. Each branch holds a hand cut crystal drip pan and nozzle. Gold lacquer metalwork. Likely manufactured in the 1850's and recently restored and rewired by Wilkinson.Size: W 82cm, H 120cmReference: cs 1969
Louis XVI style chandelier
An 12 branch gilt bronze chandelier in the Louis XVI style from the early 1900's. Fully restored and dressed with antique crystal icicle drops, octagonal buttons and square pears. Wired with white French style nylon candles.Size: W 90cm, H 73cmReference: CS 2056
Antique 8 light Victorian chandelierA Victorian lead crystal chandelier with 8 solid crystal branches with 8 brass pots inside each crystal nozzle to take wax candles (chandelier can be wired for electricity on request).Central hand blown, frosted and hand cut crystal stem pieces with traditional scalloped edges and polished thumb cuts. Receiver bowl and drip pans dressed with octagonal flat back buttons and cut back alberts pendant drops. Tent strands made of crystal octagonal flatback buttons and coffin drops. All metalwork finished in a polished brass finish.Size: W 81cm, H 97cmReference: CS 2050
Pair of Regency chandeliers
A stunning pair of 12 light antique Regency chandeliers from the Courtauld Institute, formerly the private residence of Sir Samuel Courtauld.
In a generally good condition for their age however they do require cleaning and rewiring and possibly re-gilding at customers request. Full restoration can be discussed with interested parties.Size: W 100cm, H 140cmReference: CS 2022
18 branch Regency chandelier
18 branch Regency chandelier with antique and faithful reproduction pieces. Receiver plate is cut both inside and outside, giving prismatic effect. Stempieces, dishes & canopies are original. Plain arms, cut pans & dressings are replacements indistinguishable from the originals. Metalwork finished in silver plate. Additional 6 internal lights in receiver plate.Size: W 80cm, H 110cmReference: cs 1971
Osler & Faraday wall lights
A pair of Osler & Faraday wall lights with two hollow cut crystal arms, pans and nozzles. Dressed entirely with crystal pear drops. Wired with tapered cream French candles.
Pair of wall lights to match chandelier CS 1684 - Osler & Faraday 10 branch crystal chandelier.Size: W 50cm, H 50cmReference: cs 1696
Manchester Assembly Rooms Chandeliers
The chandelier is one of a pair that are being restored by Wilkinson (but was one of three). Originally designed for use with gas, it has been adapted to hold wax candles, each of the 5 arms holding 6 candles and can be wired for electricity if required. Restoration works included the manufacture of new lead crystal pieces to replace any that had been damaged beyond repair. A majority of the original metalwork was still present and useable and just required gilding and lacquering. They were likely made by Perry & Co. for the Manchester Assembly Rooms when they opened in its Cheetham Hill Road location in 1857.
The chandelier is over 3 meters tall and weighs 157kg. We are still working on the restoration of the second chandelier in the pair, but once complete the pair will be available for purchase, so if you have any questions about these at all please do contact us for more details.Size: W 193cm, H 315cmReference: cs 1960
Osler & Faraday chandelier
An early 20th century 10 'double kink' arm crystal chandelier manufactured by Osler & Faraday. Dressed with traditional link pear strands and pear pendant drops.
Chandelier to match pair of wall lights CS 1696 - Osler & Faraday wall lights.Size: W 90cm, H 147cmReference: cs 1684
Small antique Victorian chandelier
Antique diamond cut stempieces are flanked with 4 cut arms dressed with hand cut pears and double pointed round buttons. Features 2 replacement crooks which are indistinguishable from the originals.Size: W 65cm, H 80cmReference: cs 1707
Large antique Perry wall lights
Pair of large Perry wall lights dressing with round buttons and pear pendants. Rope twist arms and cut stempieces and spikes. Encompassing antique elements with a few faithful reproduction pieces. Metal work is gilded. 2 metal wall mounts. Projection 50cm.Size: W 74cm, H 124cmReference: cs1934