Chandeliers for Sale - Choose your Antique Chandelier below

The chandeliers below are just a small example of our period style lighting, current antique chandelier stock. We have Small, Medium and Large Chandeliers mainly of French and Italian origin and they date from the nineteenth (19th) century including many of the Napoleon III Period. Whether it's a Baccarat crystal chandelier, or a piece by Osler or Perry, contact us for current stock information and free advice.

Art Noveau lighting is a specialist field of which we have extensive knowledge and stock. We have a large variety of lanterns in all sizes including some pairs and rare/unique period chandeliers and Vaseline glass shades.


Call us on 01306 882004 to view our stock or for more information. We are able to source any specific requirements you may have either through our own stocks or numerous trade contacts. Everything is wired to current regulatory standards, cleaned and fully restored when sold.


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We can ship both to the UK and Worldwide. To buy a chandelier, request a detailed picture or make an enquiry, please call us on
01306 882004


Wall Lights & Iron Lighting
Wall lights we have in pairs, sets of 3, 4, 6 or 8 - a selection of very good quality fittings, some with lustres or cast brass or bronze. We have all sizes from single lights to seven lights and designs by Adam, Rococo and many many more.

We also stock a wonderful selection of iron lighting which includes chandeliers, wall lights and lanterns - some of which are very large.

chandelier trivia
"Should I take the crystals off when I clean them?"
This is not usually necessary, but if you do make sure you know where they go back. Leave some still attached as a guide! more chandelier faqs

chandelier trivia
Potential of electricity as a source for illumination has been understood long before its practical implantation infact as early as 1808. After a lot of experimentation the first electric light was produced by Thomas Alva Edison in 1879.


The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking
The Antique Chandelier shop in Dorking