Chandelier MIDAS SKEPP 12 Candles
Hand-forged chandelier for 12 tealights designed by Bertil Vallien. The chandelier's name MIDAS SKEPP comes from Greek mythology. Midas was offered by the wine god Dionysus to have a free wish fulfilled after helping him. Midas then wished that everything he touched would turn into gold. Hence the ship's so-called oars are gold-plated. When the flame from the tea lights is reflected in the oars, a fantastic shimmer is created. It includes 2 links 706 for suspension as standard. If the ceiling is high, one or more extra links may be needed. Boda Smide uses recognized designers and skilled craftsmen to create unique utility and ornamental objects in iron and glass. The handmade glass is produced by shaping the hot, viscous glass mass using manual methods where the result is a combination of the designer's vision and the craftsman's feeling. This method always produces different, individual results. All glasses are therefore unique individuals. In the forge, the wrought iron is shaped into beautiful utility items, where each product becomes unique through the blacksmith's hand power and skill.
|390 × 930 × 1030 mm
|Included in the product
12 glass 19136 + 2 links 706.
Normal delivery time 5-10 working days.
Extra links 706
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How to clean the products?
Glasses are best cleaned by gentle hand-washing with a mild detergent in lukewarm water.
Cleaning forged materials
Cleaning of the forged material is best done using a traditional dust mop or a dry cloth. NOTE! Do not use water and/or detergents.
Removing wax from the forged parts - Use a plastic spatula (or equivalent) and remove as much wax as possible. The last can be removed by using a hair dryer (be sure to hold the part over a newspaper or the like to collect the stearin) or by placing the part in the oven on a baking paper-lined tray.
Packaging & environment?
To protect the environment, we try to use packaging that is as environmentally friendly as possible. Among other things, we reuse cardboard boxes and use the material to protect the products and as a shock absorber and filler in the boxes.See products