Alhambra Palace in Granada was the source of inspiration for the Alhambra Chandelier (2 Tier) (6 or 8 Arms). Originally designed as a military area, the Alhambra became the residence of royalty and of the court of Granada in the middle of the thirteenth century, after the establishment of the Nasrid kingdom. The construction of the first palace was started by the founder king Mohammed ibn Yusuf ben Nasr, better known as Alhamar. The literal translation of Alhambra, “the red,” reflects the color of the red clay of the surroundings of which the fort is made. Another possible origin of the name is the tribal designation of the Nasrid Dynasty, known as the Banu al-Ahmar. The buildings of the Alhambra were originally whitewashed. Moorish poets described it as “a pearl set in emeralds,” an allusion to the color of its buildings and the woods around them. The palace is a testament to Moorish culture in Spain and the skills of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian artisans, craftsmen, and builders of that era. After the conclusion of the Christian Reconquista in 1492, the site became the Royal Court of Ferdinand and Isabella. That is where Christopher Columbus received royal endorsement for his expedition.
Available in a variety of finishes and crystal colors, the Alhambra Chandelier (2 Tier) (6 or 8 Arms) was designed by Shah Gilani, ISFD. Custom sizing is available.
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