|Murray Feiss Maarid Chandelier|
|Fredrick Ramond Hamlet chandelier|
|Corbett Dolcetti Chandelier|
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Corbett Dolcetti Chandelier
All three of the chandeliers spotlighted here use natural elements to create stunning chandeliers. The updated basket is a trend I don't see going away any time soon. Take these different interiors, all different in style elements but using similar lighting, all the interiors are perfectly polished and put together.
The Marrid collection is made with little polished rocks or stones, of different colors strung together with a bead in between each rock. the overall effect looks much more elegant than anything I could come up with collecting pebbles from my nature walk. If you can zoom in to see the detail it is mighty impressive.
Hamlet is an updated basket-style chandelier that features strands of delicate, chain-wrapped natural rope alternating with strands of light amber crystal.
The Dolcetti has shells and crystals which are set in a stainless setting and are dripping from a circular shell inlaid frame. Take a look at the close up of the shells, the hand crafted setting is beautiful!