Stylish and Innovative Lighting by Preciosa

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Preciosa, located in Jablonec nad Nisou (Northern Bohemia), produces crystal trimming chandeliers as well as fascinating spectrum of contemporary decorative lighting fixtures. The company is known for the craftsmanship of the generations of glassmakers and its custom-made lighting fixtures for prestigious buildings. The company’s chandelier making tradition dates back to 1724.

In the Czaricyno Palace, Moscow, the lighting fixtures for the Palace‘s Small Hall were designed after the period chandelier from 1793 that was made for Saint Petersburg’s Winter Palace.

The Great Hall of the Czaricyno Palace is illuminated by chandeliers of the Versailles type, originating in the 17th century when King Louis XIV decided to transform his father’s castle in Versailles into the court’s and government’s seat.

Al Bustan Palace Muscat, Muscat-Ruwi, Oman
An exceptional fountain-shaped glass lighting fixture dominates the palace’s atrium under the lighting column formed from cut-crystal prisms and spheres.

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Dragon Hotel, Hangzhou, China

Mulia Hotel Jakarta. The crystal chandelier represents a tree branch in spring blossom. Preciosa designed a lighting fixture with both colored and clear crystal components.

A gigantic chandelier by Preciosa dominates in one of the foyers in Regency Casino Mont Parnes, Athens, Greece. More than 10.000 hand-bent glass beams in carmine, light amber and dark amber form this giant lighting fixture weighing 2.5 tons. The longest beam measures 80 cm.

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gurgaon, India

Starworld Hotel, Galaxy Casino, Macau, China – a unique chandelier, created for the hotel’s lobby, represents, as required by the interior designer, an expanding galaxy

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