Chandeliers are used to compose and embellish a space. Some houses have simplest chandeliers while the others have biggest and also some of the most expensive chandeliers in the world. Next, we present a Top 10 of Most Expensive Chandeliers In The World that not everyone can afford to have it. Often, these chandeliers are placed in palaces, hotels and large areas of art and entertainment.
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Take a look at Top 10 of Most Expensive Chandeliers In The World.
One of the most expensive Bohemian chandeliers in the world hangs in the Dolmabahce Palace of Istanbul, in Turkey. It was a gift from Queen Victoria of England, and sports 750 lamps and weighs 4.5 tonnes.
Murano’s Glass Chandelier
The Etrange ZenithSur La Lagune is one of Baccarat’s coveted limited edition chandeliers. The Zenith with 48 lights is a dazzling display of luxury crystal.
The Solstice Comete Chandelier by Baccarat
The Solstice chandelier builds on Baccarat’s iconic lighting design and incorporates downward-curving branches. The innovative silhouette has a vaguely plant-like shape, evocative of a weeping willow.
Black Crystal by Philippe Stark
Modernizing the traditional Zenith line, Philippe Stark uses smoky black crystal to reinterpret a Baccarat icon.
Black Murano Glass Chandelier
The Zenith by Baccarat in Palazzo Morando
Chandelier in US Capitol Building
This large bronze and crystal chandelier has hung in the Small Senate Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol since 1965. It was purchased for $1,500 from the ABC Wrecking Co and is estimated to have 14,500 crystals and weighs nearly 2,000 pounds.