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Salon De Luxe Chandelier 55/3 Vase


The themes of lost love and longing that Rossetti created in his Willowwood sonnets embrace the melancholy nature of the willow tree and its watery habitat. The willow tree is known to seek out water and this is expressed through the reflective nature of the mirrors and the glass work within the Salon de Luxe in the original Willow Tea Rooms building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903. The room’s large chandeliers’ glass baubles have bubbles scattered through them, as though they are rising through water. They cast a golden light over the barrel-vaulted ceiling, creating a warm glow as though like the sun dancing off water. The chandeliers’ hanging droplets, made from glass and wire dazzled those that first saw them in 1903, just as they do to visitors who admire them today.

Ex Tax: £195.83
  • Designer: Kerry Goodwin
  • Dimensions: H 7.50 x W 8.00 x D 8.00 cm
  • Availability: In Stock


  • Product Width8.00cm
  • Product Height7.50cm
  • Product Depth8.00cm
  • Shape:55/3
  • Designer:Kerry Goodwin
  • Edition:open
  • Discontinued:Yes
  • Design Window (Style):Geometric & Stylised

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