19th Century Cut Glass Chandelier

19th Century Cut Glass Chandelier

Attributed to F & C OSLER (worked 1807-1976)
19th Century Cut Glass Chandelier

Date & Origin c. 1860, England
Dimensions
H
147.50 cm (58 inc)
Dia
91.50 cm (36 inc)
Description
An Exceptional Cut Glass Chandelier Firmly Attributed to F & C Osler

A fine quality Victorian twelve light cut glass and silvered mounted chandelier the flat diamond cut baluster stem surmounting by six thumb cut Sheppard crooks terminating with trumpet shaped top piece, the flat diamond cut turnover drop hung receiver bowl surmounted a lapidary cut finial, the thumb cut hollow pipe arms are arranged on two levels, terminating with drop hung drip pans, the chandelier all hung with flat back spangles round and pear shaped finial drops, the draping pan with chains of tent drops unique to Osler.
Circa 1860
Literature
For similar examples of F&C OSLER Chandeliers see Chapter fourteen The English Glass Chandelier by Martin Mortimer
John P Smith Osler's crystal for Royalty and Rajahs
Mallet at Bourdon House Ltd 1991.
Medium
Cut Glass
Condition
Excellent; fitted for electricity.
Stock Code 8315
P.O.A
Dimensions
H
147.50 cm (58 inc)
Dia
91.50 cm (36 inc)
Description
An Exceptional Cut Glass Chandelier Firmly Attributed to F & C Osler

A fine quality Victorian twelve light cut glass and silvered mounted chandelier the flat diamond cut baluster stem surmounting by six thumb cut Sheppard crooks terminating with trumpet shaped top piece, the flat diamond cut turnover drop hung receiver bowl surmounted a lapidary cut finial, the thumb cut hollow pipe arms are arranged on two levels, terminating with drop hung drip pans, the chandelier all hung with flat back spangles round and pear shaped finial drops, the draping pan with chains of tent drops unique to Osler.
Circa 1860
Stock Code 8315

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