Grandaddy Elder 36 Arm Wood Chandelier

Katie's Light House

The Grandaddy Elder is probably the largest hand-made wood chandelier manufactured in the United States. It is truly a marvel of artistry and engineering. It has thirty-six arms arranged in four tiers of increasing size and number. Each of these arms features delicate scroll work undergirding a rounded tin drip pan. The wood spindle (if one can call such a sturdy and well-proportioned thing a "spindle") is designed with an unmatched attention to shape and proportion, with each and every curve > MORE complementing the artesian flow of the chandelier's arms. From below, the Grandaddy Elder's four-foot wingspan cuts a stunning, awe-inspiring figure that visitors to your home are not likely to forget.^ LESS

Traditional Chandelier from Katie's Light House
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General Style: Traditional

Specific Style: Neoclassical, British Colonial, Colonial

Essential Properties: Reproduction, Artisan, Handmade

Material: Wood, Copper, Metal

Color / Finish: Red, Antiqued, Painted, Patina

Lamp Type: Incandescent

Number of Bulbs: 36

Features: Decorative Accents, Hand Painted

Dimensions: 48" dia. x 40" H

Suspension: Chain

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