"The spiraling frame of the Wanderlust Chandelier has been treated to a delicate hand-applied contemporary silver leaf finish that compliments the lightness of the mouth-blown glass globes adorning this piece so beautifully. It is as if the globes are baubles traveling down the wrought iron frame of this four-light fixture. We predict the composition is so ethereal it will inspire thoughts of exotic voyages each time it is illuminated."
"If your design sensibilities can be expressed by a maxim that salutes unpredictability, the Mantra Chandelier will speak volumes to you. One of the most elegant styles of chandeliers ever designed, it’s the material and finish that make this fixture capricious, as the long tentacles of metal have been treated to a gold leaf finish that exudes patina. Shall we just say the Mantra is rough luxe on steroids?"
"This small-scale version of the larger Orion Chandelier holds its points of light skyward as if reaching into the firmament. The frame and slender arms of this six-light fixture have been treated to an alluring antique gold leaf finish. Not shown here with shades, a variety of styles are optional with this fixture. With such a graceful form, it is easy to see why this chandelier has become one our most popular fixtures. We also offer this chandelier in a silver leaf finish."
"If the glowing orb that traverses the night sky could shed its roundness and dress itself in a long flowy skirt of crystals, it would introduce itself as our Moonshadow Chandelier designed by Aviva Stanoff. Long irregular pieces of Selenite dangle from a metal shade in an antique brass finish, the crystalline minerals effervescing when the light is switched on. Even when it is not lit, this chandelier is a luminous decorative accent."
"The large version of our Bevilacqua Chandelier is a magnificent toast to good taste. Filled with luminosity and grace, its five tiers of reflective glass flutes are made from recycled bud vases. Its wrought iron frame is finished in an exquisite silver leaf that compliments the hues in the glass. This 18-light chandelier with its ascending and descending architecture is one in a variety of fixtures in the Bevilacqua collection."