Gilt Wooden Chandelier

The original hand carved gilt wood chandelier holds all to clues to the later forms produced in forged iron, brass and bronze. The structure of the wood naturally allied with the gold gilt adds the side 'chic' to the chandelier. Most wooden chandeliers are finished either with gilt or by painting the wood.

The most common model is made in France under the name of Louis XIV or the Mazarin style. In Italy, a country where gold gilt has been a major part of interior designs over the centuries, you will find the gilded wood and cast iron chandeliers are of fantastic quality, sometimes with stunning crystals as the final ornament.

Gilt Wooden Chandelier