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Introducing the "Imperial Chandelier" by Eichholtz, inspired by the grandeur of a Greek marble column (ca. 300 B.C.) from the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. With a brushed-brass finish and clear glass elements, the chandelier's design evokes the monumentality of The Met's fluted Ionic column, which once towered at a height of 58 feet in its original location. At 41.73 inches high with a 17.32 inches diameter, this chandelier marries ancient history and modern luxury, illuminating your space with a touch of elegance and sophistication. HISTORIC PROVENANCEThe Chandelier Imperial is inspired by a marble column (ca. 300 B.C.) from the Temple of Artemis at Sardis, a highlight of The Mets Greek and Roman art collection. The massive section of a fluted Ionic column, which stood at over 58 feet tall in its original location, showcases delicate foliate carvings on the capitala unique feature among the surviving columns from the temple. This chandelier boasts elegant ridged elements in homage to the columns detailing and is crafted with clear glass and a brushed-brass finish.