The first house I lived in that I really remember had a crystal (well, most likely glass) chandelier hanging in the dining room. I was fascinated by it and I thought it was one of the most beautiful things in the world. I also thought that it must mean we were rich. This is quite laughable as we were most definitely not, and the home’s impractical eight foot ceilings which housed the chandelier made it difficult to afford heating the place. However, I was too little to realize this and blissfully loved that chandelier. I have wanted one ever since. Now they seem to be all the rage, but that only means there are more to choose from and at prices I may eventually be able to afford! Until that time I have started collecting chandelier pendants from antique shops. My little brother started my collection and gave me some lovely pieces for Christmas. I have acquired a few on my own as well and I hung them all on my Christmas tree. However, I’m not willing to pack them away until next year so I’m trying to decide how to display them now. Any ideas?
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