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Busy as Bees! 0

Fall is almost here, bringing gorgeous color to our trees here in North Carolina.  What did we do on our summer vacation:?   We’ve created some beautiful, historically-inspired chandeliers for the sets of a new season of a very popular series.  That was loads of fun so stay tuned for more news on that front. … Continue reading Busy as Bees!

Dedication 0

We truly mean it when we say we have the best customers. Their dedication to preservation and history is exemplified by Archie and Stephanie Cook, owners of the Bedford Inn – a glorious Victorian in Cape May, NJ. In January of this year they suffered a devastating fire, but with their determination, the help of … Continue reading Dedication!

Chandelier of the Week – Anadel 0

We are giving you more things to love about this gorgeous chandelier!  Free Shipping all week!  This is our version of a French styled chandelier, and it will look great in any room of your house. But, think about this Anadel for your bedroom!  Nothing says ROMANCE like the twinkling, soft light of a crystal chandelier.  See … Continue reading Chandelier of the Week – Anadel

Reader’s Choice – #1 0

We are so excited to be voted the Best in the 2014 Reader’s Choice for Home Décor here in our home county (Rockingham County, NC)! We’ve worked hard over the past years to bring our local customers a great selection of lighting and accessories. For over 70 years, we sold only our crystal chandeliers … Continue reading Reader’s Choice – #1

Chandelier of the Week – Charlotte 0

We love this chandelier! Elegant lines… sparkles all over… and a great price, too. The Charlotte chandelier is named for our Queen City here in North Carolina. The prisms on this are hand-cut, larger points that are longer than your normal plug. We’ve used the rope-twisted arms on this model, but it looks equally good … Continue reading Chandelier of the Week – Charlotte

Let’s talk about bulbs… 0

Tuesday’s Tip: Let’s talk light bulbs. What is the best look for a dining room chandelier with candelabra sockets (you know, the tiny ones)? We suggest 40 watt equivalent. If you are using incandescent light bulbs, choose a 40 watt. If you want to try florescent or LED, pick something with as many lumens as … Continue reading Let’s talk about bulbs…
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