Posted: 26 Dec 2016 06:00 AM PST
For hundreds of years, crystals and faceted glass have been set into lamps to produce brilliant refracted patterns, amplifying the light output. By the 18th century, crystal chandeliers took on the baroque and rococo forms we still associate with traditional hanging light fixtures today. But modern designers are seeing crystal in a new light — literally — producing creations with similar glittering effects in fresh and unexpected new forms. Read more…
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