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Cyssf

I have been putting off replacing my spur of the moment replacement chandelier done during the first renovation of my Edwardian era home in SF but haven't found the perfect replacement. I love that custom chandelier with multiple differently shaped fixtures with Edwardian era glass covers. Could you provide more details such as who made it?

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Christine Botti

Love it! And those stairs ,what a great idea.

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Jayne

Love everything about this house.

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