The finely wrought chandeliers that Crystorama offers today are poised to become the heirloom pieces of tomorrow. That’s the credo with which founder Abraham Kleinberg began his business of importing and distributing Bohemian crystal fixtures in 1958. Ever since, Crystorama has been a family-run affair, bringing expertly crafted, beautifully articulated lighting designs into the marketplace. Among its stock are Paris-inspired pendant lamps, alabaster ceiling mounts, and English-style hallway lanterns, many of which contain majestic wood-polished crystal, a hand-cut and meticulously refined sort known for its dazzling sparkle.
The 50-year-old Brooklyn company Crystorama is known for creating overhead lighting with standout style. Classic, opulent designs dominate here, but there are also casually elegant looks as well as a few more modern offerings. This sale features both new pieces and some of your past favorites. All are hand-finished and made the old-fashioned way — from traditional molds and patterns.
Get high style overhead with this selection of chandeliers and pendants. Whether you’re looking for a traditional aesthetic or a modern shape, we’ve got your covered with this curated selection of our favorite pieces. Each style functions like fine jewelry — the perfect finishing touch to any room.
Everything will be illuminated at this sale, which features lighting solutions from the 50-year-old Brooklyn company. Try something casually elegant like the Paris Flea Market chandelier, which features a wrought-iron frame and Murano-glass accents. Or opt for the Victorian-inspired Savannah collection. It boasts a blend of gentle curves and fluted shades, and is offered in a satin-nickel finish.
Everything will be illuminated at this sale, which features lighting solutions from this 50-year-old Brooklyn company. Try something casually elegant like the Mirabella, a mini chandelier with a cast-brass frame and crystal accents. Or opt for a sconce with a gold-leaf floral motif and subtle sparkle. All pieces are hand-finished from traditional molds and patterns.