In 1870 Osler also made two 40 feet high chandeliers for a palace south of Agra
Source: NY Times
'In the early 1870's, for example, the Maharajah of Gwalior built a new palace south of Agra in anticipation of a visit by the Prince of Wales. It has two of the largest chandeliers Osler ever made (each 40 feet tall).
"According to palace records, elephants were hoisted onto the roof to make sure it could support the weight of those colossal chandeliers," Ms. Spillman writes.
To this day, the Gwalior Palace, still privately owned, boasts a durbar hall with Osler chandeliers, glass torchères, numerous tables and a magnificent staircase with glass banisters. An adjoining room retains its glass armchairs and footstools, a chaise longue, two étagères, a circular sofa and a mirror.'