Nelson firm 'putt' in spotlight by stunning chandelier
2:09pm Sunday 26th January 2014 in News
THIS stunning chandelier is really 'putt-ing' a Nelson firm in the spotlight.
Staff at Chantelle Lighting swung into action when they were asked by the owners of the West Midlands hotel and golf course The Belfry for help to supply the lights for all 319 bedrooms, conference suites, corridors and reception areas.
And the 'high light' of the £26million transformation was a bespoke chandelier made from 140 PING golf clubs, which is the focal point of the main reception.
Anthony Holly, Chantelle Lighting Managing Director, a keen golfer himself, said: “The Belfry is a special venue for amateur and professional golfers alike.
“We were delighted to be asked to be involved in the renovations and are really pleased that the hard work of our craftsmen has produced this unique chandelier.
“We are sure the Ping chandelier will become an iconic part of The Belfry Hotel, welcoming amateur and professional golfers to the venue for many years to come.”
Dave Fanning, Ping European Marketing Manager, said: “We were really pleased to be asked to supply some of our top of the range clubs to Chantelle Lighting for this innovative chandelier.
"It will provide a fantastic welcome to golfers staying at The Belfry Hotel and hopefully inspire them to play some excellent rounds of golf.”
Linda Matlin, Head of fixtures and fittings at De Vere Hotels said: “We have worked alongside Chantelle Lighting on various projects, and, known for their expertise in bespoke lighting, we felt they were exactly the right people to create our golf club chandelier. The artwork was very impressive and we are delighted with the end result.
“We are confident it will prove a hit with the many golf fans visiting The Belfry every day.”
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