Chandeliers in palaces
Saint-Louis made their first dazzling crystal chandeliers in 1836, and their creations were soon prized by royalty throughout the world. In 1893, the king of Nepal ordered several four-metre-high candelabra, each of which was made up of almost two thousand individual parts and weighed 800 kg. Electrified in the 1920s, the Saint-Louis crystal chandeliers are today bringing off something of a palace coup, thanks to the new fashion for this kind of lighting.
From Paris to London, Milan and New York, crystal chandeliers now adorn trendy restaurants, cocktail bars, fashion stores and character mansions alike. They are fitted with anything from six to thirty-six lights, and customized options make everything possible, including chandeliers with over one hundred lights. Crystal glass has a new shine to it.