A little over two years ago I came across a huge pair of chandeliers made by the well-known Rejuvenation Company.
The chandeliers were styled after Victorian-era gas fixtures. And they were HUGE! A whopping 39-inches wide.
The architectural salvage company selling them were people after my own heart. The chandeliers had been treated quite badly and were in rough shape. The many arms (13 on each fixture) were crazily askew and all the glass shades were gone. The seller had no interest in restoring the fixtures but hoped that somebody, somewhere, would undertake the task.
What choice did I have?
I purchased the monumental pair. And for several years the pitiful, abused lovelies sat in my vast storage vaults.
Wanna see the results?
My online vintage lighting store.