Christopher Haedy (fl.1769-1785)
1770 - 1774
1370 mm (Height)Order this image
Uppark House and Garden, West Sussex (Accredited Museum)
A George III cut-glass chandelier, the baluster column of tapered form with triple umbrellas, and a bowl from which stem eight scrolled branches terminating in starred drip pans and plated nozzles, and eight other supporting icicles with starred finials united by crescent shaped garlands, hung overall with facetted pear and bead shaped drops. Attributed to Christopher Haedy. Supplied C. 1770 to 1774. (En suite with NT/UPP/F/25 in Parlour). See M. Jourdain and F. Rose, 'English Furniture, The Georgian Period', pl.130, p.162.
Makers and roles
Christopher Haedy (fl.1769-1785), maker