from Le Café de la Paix at the Grand-Hôtel in Paris, France
Circa late 1800’s-early 1900, France
Cast Bronze 6 arm
Art Nouveau Chandelier with 6 hanging Alabaster bowl shades
and large central bowl, all illuminated.
A beautiful centerpiece chandelier and a great conversation piece
for your dining table or foyer.
Removed from it's previous home at the world famous Le Café de la Paix
during a previous renovation.
Nouveau swirling details in rich bronze with a beautiful patina.
The original alabaster shades give depth and character to the
The open top design protects the alabaster from getting too hot.
Ceiling canopy design remembers the overall chandelier design with
high, 32 1/2" wide.
Center bowl is 14 1/2" wide, 13" high.
Downrods are 24" long. Ceiling canopy 5 1/2" diameter, 5" high.
overall excellent original condition.
Re-wiring needed and can be done upon purchase.
Item # LADC199: $ 27,500.
The Hotel's Le Café de la Paix is one of the famous
restaurants in Paris with breathtaking surroundings, where hotel
guests can not only enjoy a superb menu of food and wine but
also mix with the rich and famous. This is the venue of the
fashionable, the place to be seen while in Paris. Bar
du Grand Hotel is where guests can enjoy a lively atmosphere
over a light lunch and a cool bottle of fine French wine and is
also the perfect venue for early evening cocktails or coffee
after a night at the Opera. Conveniently located next to the
landmark Opera Garnier. The two were in fact designed by the
same architect, Charles Garnier, and share the same past
grandeur, style and flair. The brainchild of Napoléon III,
financed by the Pereire brothers, and the flagship of
Haussmann’s gigantic project of urban renovation which
gave Paris its present-day appearance, the Grand-Hôtel has been,
since its birth, a legend in its own right. Since its
inauguration in 1862 by Empress Eugénie, on the occasion of a
memorable ball at which the orchestra was conducted by one
Jacques Offenbach, the Grand-Hôtel has seen the world’s crowned
heads, front-line politicians, financiers, artists, stars of
stage ans screen, reputed writers and international celebrities
haunt its historic salons or the terrace of its famous Café de