The Oyster Chandelier – Trouble

If I had any disbelief that someone could charge $1500 for an oyster chandelier before I started this, I am sorry now. My goodness it takes a lot of shells! and they are heavy!

So far so good though – although I hadn’t counted on having to solder each wire into place to keep it stable, and the process is pleasant, just a little bit at a time, but underneath it all was the uncertainty of what to do with it when finished. “Put it in the front hall.” said Stefan, and he’s right.

That is still a long way off. I need chains now, to dangle it from.

Consolation took the form of walnut cake, strongly fortified with calcium from a lot of ground up oyster fines.

About Tricia Rose

Not distracted by shiny objects.
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