All crystal is glass. Distinguishing between good and fine crystal can be tough. Schonbek Crystals sells many of its fixtures in two grades: Spectra, a nice but lower-grade crystal, and Strass, the finest. Spectra costs half as much. However, when they're both hanging from a ceiling, the look is almost indistinguishable," a crystal chandelier analyst muses. Check crystal quality from the manufacturer, or ask for advice from reputable home décor dealers.
Take the crystal drops and saucers off of the chandelier and wash a one at the time. Wipe the frame of the chandelier with a cloth filled with suds.
The size - Chandeliers are in different sizes and you must figure out what size is best for your space. What is the diameter of the fixture and how suitable will it be for the size of your room? This should be the question that helps you select the right size. A large fixture in a small room can cause an imbalance and so is a small fixture in a very huge room. When looking at the sizes, decide whether you want only one chandelier or you want to get more than one for your room. One large fixture will be enough or you can choose two smaller ones; strive for balance whatever you choose
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