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This is my Greene and Greene inspired stained glass chandelier. The design is an adaptation of the original by PDQ Designs. My chandelier was made specifically for a dining room in a early 1920's Seattle bungalow. Stained glass panels were constructed in the 'Tiffany' copper foil method featuring glass from Spectrum (background), Uroboros (flower petals) and Wissmach (flower buds). The stained glass panels also include copper foil overlay. The wooden casework and mounting plates were constructed from white quartersawn oak with ebony square pins with blind mortise and tenon joinery, chestnut stain and polyurethane finish. The chandelier is hung with leather bridle straps with standard cabinet pulls. I fashioned the electrical lighting from a 1" diameter copper pipe and purchased the 'bungalow period' solid spun brass sockets and cloth covered wiring from Sundial Wiring.Material used:
Karina FosterTuesday, August 22, 2017
@twa0202170855 I'm sorry you were disappointed with the outcome of the 2017 Light Up Our Gallery Contest. The winner was selected by popular vote by the artists and members of our online community that browsed the gallery and cast a ballot for their favorite project. We are always excited to see all the projects that are shared in our gallery and are continually stunned by the craftsmanship and beauty, as well as the pride artists take in their creations. I sincerely hope you enjoyed browsing all the many gorgeous entries for this contest.
This is the worst winner you have ever chosen. Compaired to other enteries you recieved, this is just plain ugly ! Who got some pay of booty for this winning selection ? Tom Anderson
What a fabulous chandelier! I have never seen anything like this. Wow!
Wow! This chandelier is absolutely stellar! I LOVE it!!! Wish it was mine.... <3