Elegant, magnificent, delicate, intricate. These are a few of the words used to describe the chandeliers found at Paul Stamati Gallery.
The beauty and elegance associated with chandeliers have its roots dating back to medieval times. The word chandelier was introduced to the English language in 1736 evolving from the word candelabra. Originating as the primary source of lighting, today’s chandeliers are a significant décor element to any room.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Rinceaux”
Rene Lalique chandelier, design 1925, in clear and frosted glass molded with a honey-comb pattern, hanging on four silken electrified cords, with glass canopy.
French Art Deco Chandelier by R. Lalique
Large size chandelier by Rene Lalique,”Perles” a 1931 design.
Rene Lalique “Villeneuve” Chandelier
Signed Rene Lalique opalescent glass chandelier.
A design created on December 14, 1927.
Rene Lalique “Moineaux” Chandelier
“Moineaux I” Chandelier, 1931 design
Clear & Frosted Molded Glass, 15”x 15” inches
French Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique “BRUXELLES”
Important chandelier by Rene Lalique designed in 1929. Made of four glass elements decorated with birds, supported by four rods covered with glass segments, ending at the top in a glass canopy (canopy not original). Pair available.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Dahlias”
Rene Lalique chandelier “Dahlias” in opalescent glass with green enameled patina.
RENE LALIQUE Chandelier “Stalactites”
A rare and unusual Rene Lalique Chandelier “Stalactites” model created 1912-1914, in frosted molded glass. Ref. Felix Marcilhac “Rene Lalique” Catalogue Raisonne, pg. 670, no. 2454.
French Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique “Hirondelles”
Chandelier by Rene Lalique made of 12 glass wings decorated with sparrows emerging from a central mounted nest. Hanging on silk cords with an original glass canopy. This design was created in 1921. Pair available.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Trevise”
A rare “Trevise” Chandelier by Rene Lalique, designed in 1927, comprised of multiple glass elements, molded in a floral (“Lotus”) motif. Diameter 16″, current drop at 31″ is adjustable.
Ref. “R. Lalique Catalogue Raisonne de l’oueuvre de verre” by F. Marcilhac, pg. 675, fig. 2473
“Dahlias” Art Deco Chandelier by Lalique
A “Dahlias” Chandelier by Lalique in clear and frosted glass molded with a floral and leafage design, hanging on four silken electrified cords, with original glass canopy. Additional chandeliers and wall sconces for this design are available.
“Noisetier” Art Deco Chandelier by Rene Lalique
Lalique chandelier, clear and frosted glass molded with stylized leaves pattern, with 6 lateral arms, hanging from six electrified silkcords with original glass canopy. Pair and matching wall sconces are available.
Rene Lalique Chandelier “Villenueve”
Clear and frosted glass chandelier by René Lalique.
The 12.25″ glass bowl suspended by four nickel-plated rods a nickel-plated canopy.
As an alternative it can be mounted flush on the ceiling.