Historically chandeliers are in use since the medieval times. Although, it was mostly a decorative branched lighting fixture used by the wealthy. The basic structure was made of wood and the light source used were candles. Initially the designs were very minimalist, but since 15th century complex ring based forms started to gain popularity, and since, has been an iconic look. One might consider this change in design, as a milestone evolution for chandeliers.
The next evolution came at the beginning of the industrial age. With the invention of gas light and glass manufacturing in the 18th century, chandeliers were completely transformed and took the shape we know today. Gas lit chandeliers produced brighter light and the ornamentation with lead crystals, allowed scattering of light. The industrial age also replaced the wooden structure with cast metal, for durability and longevity. This combination soon became popular with the masses. Popular to the extend, that evolved versions of it, still remain in the market to compete with the modern chandeliers. In overall, ornamented crystal chandeliers have stood out through time and history to become the grandest of all chandeliers.
With such a strong history, Chandeliers are not just another lighting fixture. It can be considered an industry of its own. Times change, civilization evolve but such timeless commodities hold its value. However, it does change in form with time. The vintage ring structured cast metal chandelier, ornamented with crystals, is still a classic -but it has faltered in utility. It still lingers in the market, but mostly for ceremonial, royal and formal occasions. A major reason being, tungsten bulbs and lights are painstakingly inconvenient and generate criminally intense heat. As posh as they may seem, they are simply irrelevant to modern times.
Preserving the rich heritage with modern chandeliers
The steep obligations of modern times are almost at the verge of stripping down all the glory of chandeliers. How to preserve it? How do we hold on to the rich heritage of chandeliers? We do so with the modern crystal chandeliers. The modern Saint Mossi K9 spiral crystal raindrop chandelier is the next chain in the evolution of chandeliers.
In modern raindrop Chandelier we retain the rich heritage of crystals. The spiral design retains the circular flow of the ring structure, but at the same time with the vertical height cuts down on horizontal measurements. As a result keeping a similar visual apply whilst using lesser overall space. And finally, to replicate the durability and strength of cast metal, the structure is made of stainless steel.
Buy modern K9 Saint Mossi crystal raindrop chandelier, for its unique designing brilliance. This chandelier with its stainless steel finish and crystal ornamentation, resembles a fine blend of class and utility. The modern chandelier retains signature elements from the classic chandeliers and blends it with contemporary elements like a slick design and LED lighting.
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Installation and maintenance of light fixtures are always a hassle. More so, if the process is complicated, and it increases the risk of damage as well. The modern raindrop chandelier is less complex in its make and hence easy to install and maintain. It’s a feature kept in mind in context with the Do-it-yourself mentality of 21st century consumers. Thus, the Saint Mossi raindrop chandelier, aims to be a modern fixture from all possible angles.
Finally, let’s not forget the light source. The Saint Mossi K9 modern chandelier has 5 GU10 LED bulbs at its base. And with the option of LED bulbs, comes a whole range of added benefits. The LED bulbs are what majorly adds the utilitarian value to this chandelier. The build quality used on the raindrop chandelier is of premium quality and so are the crystals. It’s just their visual appeal that has been modernized. In their make quality and material they still remain luxurious. But, as we move to the light source it’s a whole different story. The light source focuses solely on cost and energy efficiency. The GU10 LED bulbs consumes almost 50 times less electricity as compared to tungsten bulbs and halogens. With negligible heat emission it leaves little to none environmental footprint.