Swag, also called Festoon, in architecture and decoration, is a carved ornamental motif consisting of stylized flowers, fruit, foliage, and cloth, tied together with ribbons that sag in the middle and are attached at both ends. The distinction is sometimes made between a swag and a festoon by limiting the former to festoons entirely made up of folds of cloth. The swag, or festoon, usually carved from wood or marble, or sometimes modeled in plaster in heavy relief, is a prominent decorative motif in all classical architecture and decoration. It was freely used by both the ancient Greeks and Romans. The swag was also especially popular among decorators of the Renaissance, many of whom also employed painted swags. The ends of the swag were sometimes held by carved animals, such as bulls or lions, or they were simply be tied into bows with the ribbon ends hanging down. The Swag Chandelier (6 Arms) was inspired by this ornamental motif. It was designed for use in upscale residential and hospitality interiors. This exquisite chandelier is entirely handcrafted and offered in a variety of finishes and accents. It may be specified with colored crystal. Custom sizing is available. The Swag Chandelier (6 Arms) was designed by Shah Gilani, ISFD.
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