Crystal chandeliers can brilliantly showcase your
home, bedazzle the eye, and add sparkle and style - unless they're
Whether you have a Waterford Crystal chandelier, a
fabulous ornamented Bohemian crystal chandelier, an antique Baccarat
chandelier, one of the many magnificent period designs by Schonbek,
or a prized family heirloom, we will very carefully clean the prisms
and crystals to reflect the original splendor and opulence.
We recommend a thorough cleaning at least once a year
to keep your chandelier sparkling and brilliant!
Dust your chandelier regularly with a non-shedding duster
to remove the tiny particles that collect everyday. Crystal
needs cleaning when it appears dusty or dull.
For a quick spruce-up, clean and polish your bulbs. The
difference is amazing.
Do not put crystals in the dishwasher.
Did you know?
Crystal chandeliers first appeared in the sixteenth
century and were made with irregular shaped rock crystal. By the
late seventeenth century glass, rather than rock crystal, became
the preferred material, however the term "crystal" has
persisted in the chandelier vocabulary.
Crystal is a transparent glass of high optical purity
and brilliance. The fire and beauty comes from the refraction of
light passing through a prism.
Note: Price will vary depending
on size of chandelier and amount of time estimated for cleaning.