The first of several chandeliers being restored for Washington Irving Intermediate School in Tarrytown, New York has progressed according to schedule, and the piece is now nearing the finishing stages of the restoration.
Of the ten chandelier’s being restored by our team, this is the first (or “prototype”). The experimentation to match the original finish has been successful as the antique brass has been recreated perfectly.
Below are some recent photographs taken from our workshop, where the team has completed work on the structural components, stripped and refinished the metal components with the identically matched antique brass. At this point, the prototype is now ready to be lacquered and reassembled.
To view the pieces prior to Grand Light’s restoration, check out this previous post: