Art Deco Alabaster and Glass Beaded Chandelier After Émile Jacques Ruhlmann
Our unusual chandelier in the manner of Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann (1879-1933), is crafted from alabaster stone with oval shaped glass beads and features eleven electrified sockets. Apparently unsigned. Rewired and ready for installation. Measures 37 in (94 cm) tall and 25 in (63 cm) across. It has an alabaster ceiling cap to partially high wiring, glass beads cascading over a narrow clear glass shade with three sockets inside, a wider clear glass shade over which a second cascade of beads drape with four sockets inside, and four sockets positioned deep inside the alabaster coupe at base with a third layer of cascading beads draping over the sides of the alabaster.