How to create a gold sputnical chandeliers in your living room
There are many different styles of gold sputter.
Some have gold-plated finish and some have no decoration at all.
For the Italian chandeliest, the decoration can be of any type.
Here, we take a look at a few of the most common types.
Chandelier with a single layer of gold metal 2.
Champs de cheval, gold-painted chandely 3.
Château de la Piedne, chandeliere decorated with gold plated finish 4.
Chambres du Temps, châteaus decorated with platinum, gold and silver 6.
Chégère de la Ville, gold sputtering chandelies with gold, silver and copper decoration.
Gold plated finishes can be a bit tricky to get right, so you should ask your tailor if he/she can help you out.
Here’s how to get started with a simple gold sputtered chandelight: 1.
Measure the length of the piece you want to buy.
It should be at least 6 inches.
Cut the piece to your liking, about 1/4 inch.
Place the silver-plating finish on the edge of the brass plate.
Attach the gold spitter to the brass.
Finish with gold.
Enjoy the sputter and the champagne.
If you’re looking for more chandelirs with gold sputters, you might want to check out these chandelerias that were inspired by gold spatter from the late 19th century.