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  • ANTIQUE Reproduction Of ISLAMIC/MAMLUK Amber Glass Chandelier

    This chandelier is a reproduction of an antique chandelier exists in the Sultan Hassan Mosque in Cairo.


    The Sultan Hassan Mosque and madrasa (School) is considered stylistically the most compact and unified of all Cairo monuments. The building was constructed for Sultan Hassan bin Mohammad bin Qala'oun in 1356 AD as a mosque and religious school for all sects. Read More...


    It is made of brass. It consists of (from top to bottom): a closed crescent, a large crown and a dome that ends with a decagon lined with amber glass.

    The lower octagon tray is also lined with amber glass and holding eight traditional amber glass tubes. All the body has marvelous authentic Turkish ornaments. The two parts are connected by four chains.

    This chandelier is capable to hold eight electric bulbs; four on each part. Each electric bulb can be up to 100 watt.

    Bulbs are accessible through the space between the two parts.


    Part Diameter Height
    Upper Assembly 13" 351/4"
    Lower Assembly 121/2" 83/4"



    The over all length Measures approx. 50" (can be customized by changing the chains length). It is wired for both 110 & 220 volts.

    • Model: BR180
    • Shipping Weight: 24.5lbs
    • 0 Units in Stock

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    This product was added to our catalog on Friday 24 October, 2008.

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