I am a sucker for all things glass- especially glass chandeliers! Whether it be Murano or just your normal translucent beauty, I’m game for either.
It was pure luck that I found this glass chandelier for my dining room on a shopping trip to Canton for only $125 (ok, my sister in law found it for me) but either-or, we couldn’t believe no one had snatched it up yet!
Lately, I’ve been on the hunt for glass chandeliers for clients and have been sourcing every one from here to Europe. If you have been on a hunt for one for yourself, my favorites list below should make your search much more “clear”.
Of course, glass chandeliers can come in almost any color, but I do have to say that I like the clear ones best. Whether your decor is modern or traditional, you really can’t go wrong with any of these beauties-
This one from Currey has a slight gray tint, but it’s not very noticeable at all in person. I thought it was completely clear when I first saw it. I love the shape! It also comes in a larger version.
They don’t ship overseas, but I’m seriously thinking about getting this chandelier somehow couriered over here for a client! It’s at a great price and comes in three different sizes-
This chandelier is a classic and I recently used this in my client Angela’s gray-green dining room-
Up until a few months ago, Z Gallerie had the Calais chandelier in clear glass, but now it only comes in black and aqua. It was such a steal at only $399. If you are listening Z Gallerie, please bring it back in clear!
The Moritz has always been a personal favorite of mine…
Now here’s one on sale..
And of course we can’t forget to mention the queen of glass chandeliers…Jan Showers! Hers is the real deal-
Here’s a whole new look to the glass chandelier that would work well in a more contemporary setting with tall ceilings-
Vintage murano is always an option via 1st Dibs-