Good Questions: Mystery Chandelier

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Melissa needs design detective work. She sent us an email: "I own this chandelier, which I paid $75 for when a local antiques store was going out of business, and I love it. The vertical cylinders are made of cardboard (weird, right?), and the H-shaped joining pieces are made of some other lightweight material. That is all coated with some kind of faux-chrome film. This makes it very lightweight, as you can imagine, which is great for old tired ceilings.

Any idea what this thing is?"

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"There are no markings that I've found and I've googled myself to death without finding a thing."

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It's a great looking fixture and we are hoping that our design-wise readership can rise to the challenge...can anyone help Melissa ID her chandelier?

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Janel Laban is the Executive Editor of Apartment Therapy and has been working here, at the dreamiest of dream jobs, since March 2006.

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