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Crystal Basket Lighting Hand Making

Adding a light fixture make a difference anywhere. Illumination is needed for indoors and outdoors. A chandelier is a source medium of light. The word Chandelier came from the Old French term chaundeler which means candlestick which is used as the source of light.

Our skilled artisans use glass crystal beads to hand craft crystal ceiling chandeliers, wall lights sconces appliques, lanterns, table lamps, floor lamps and. Metal basket skeletons are used to handle variety of requested shapes to support the beads, flowers, round glass grapes and rain drops icicles. The light go through the light fixtures draw nice shades at the surrounding walls. We supply decorators and artists with hand blown flowers, rain drops icicles and glass grapes. all come in variety of decorative colors. We supply glass parts for home improvements repairs and replacements. Jewelers utilize the middle hole hand blown flowers, rain drops and glass grapes to make jewelry such as earrings and necklaces

How to Tell Glass from Plastic Beads

Sometimes, the two types of plastic and glass beads cannot be distinguishable from each other. Thus, a few tricks are needed to tell the difference between plastic beads and glass crystal beads as follow:

Crystal Glass Table Lamp Sevres

1. Heat up the beads using fire (lighter fire for example). Plastic beads melt. Crystal glass will not melt.

2. Pick up the bead in your bare hand. Glass beads initially feel cool to the touch, because they are much denser than acrylic beads, which are most commonly used to imitate the glass beads. On the other side, the glass beads warm up pretty quickly in the hand, while it takes longer for the acrylic beads to change temperature.

Hand Beaded Glass Crystal Ceiling Stairs way Foyer Chandelier

3. Measure the weight of the beads. Generally, the acrylic beads are much lighter than glass beads.

Pair of Glass Crystal Basket Wall Sconces

4. If you have spare beads, you can also tell the difference by lightly tapping them with a hammer. Place the bead on a hard surface and tap it with the hammer. A glass bead will crack quite easily, while the hammer will bounce off a plastic bead under a light blow.

Our ceiling chandeliers, wall sconces and table lamps collection are hand beaded from glass crystal beads by artful artistic artisans.