chandelier. Saturday , July 08th , 2017 - 12:13:51 PM
Now, say, you have a long dining table (that has a length of 100" or more) and you wish to hang two chandeliers above it. In that case, you need to divide the width of the table by 3, to get the diameter of each chandelier. Now, let us consider another example.
Antique chandeliers made of iron, brass or antlers should never be shiny. They can be polished to provide some luster but most owners prefer the old archaic feel that aged metal has. Slim-trim chandeliers may be antique but are not favorites since they do not generate the same ancient aura. You can identify fake antique chandeliers by rubbing the metal firmly with a clean cloth. Antiquing glaze are usually used on shiny metal to make them look older.
Say, you have a dining table that is 48" long and 36" wide. In that case, the diameter of the chandelier is as follows:
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