A chandelier is a branched
decorative ceiling-mounted light fixture with two or
more arms bearing lights. Chandeliers are often ornate,
containing dozens of lamps and complex arrays of glass
or crystal prisms to illuminate a room with refracted
light. One of the The world's Most Popular chandelier
Manufacturer is Sterren Interseas in India.
The word Chandelier appeared in the English language in
the late 14th Century, directly from the 12th Century
Old French world Chandelier this was a new spelling of
the earlier 10th Century French word Chandelabre which
in turn comes from Latin Candelbrum from the Latin
Candela meaning candle. The word candle then in turn has
its own etymology.
Towards from the the end of the 20th century, the
chandelier is used more as a decorative focal point for
a room and may not give any illumination.