I came across a short video from the Historic Royal Palaces agency which is about the design, manufacture and installation of four chandeliers in one of the State Rooms at Kensington Palace. They are there to replace long-lost originals from the time of King George I. Their design is a reconstruction based on an early nineteenth century watercolour of the room. The film shows the craftsmen involved in creating the four, and as always it is good to know there are still individuals and firms who can do such traditional work. This type of restoration work is something I always find very positive and which gladdens the heart.
The film can be seen at Chandeliers return to Kensington Palace after 200 years