Magnificent chandelier Caramel

Chandelier in an ancient style of King Louis XIV times. Her artsy glitter and extravagance is inherent in the classical baroque of the seventeenth century. At the heart of chandeliers is a frame made of blackened steel rods. The same rods make eight branches, bent in the shape of the vine. They are enshrined in the center of the frame on a metal base. At larger bending, these rods hold the candlesticks of gilded metal. In the centers of each of the candleholders, the metal candle is set. Its name the chandelier has gotten because of the metal color of the candles. The metal itself has a typica...