Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 01:42:37 AM. chandeliers. By Victoria Carrell.
In general, prisms are media that cause distortions, slanting, or colors of whatever is viewed through it. Contrary to popular belief, most chandelier prisms are not made out of crystals. They are specially cut glass which have been treated with lead oxide. The greater the lead content, the better is the quality of the shine that is produced. What makes chandelier prisms very special is that not only will they reflect and increase the intensity of the light, it will also break up the light beams into beautiful rainbow colors.
Medium chandeliers are characterized by a wide variety of light sources. They range from three- light, four-light and five-light models going all the way up to 10-arm chandeliers. Medium chandeliers can be installed both in dining rooms and in entryways with tall ceilings. Some of the popular models are Alpine, Bolton and Yorktown ranges by Hudson Valley, Rialto, Manor House and Sussex by Seagull Lighting, Carmel, Dartmouth and Evergreen by Arroyo Craftsman, Madeira, Ethan and Cascade by Murray Feiss and Paradox, Raiden and Salon Grand by Minka Lavery.
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