Old Cathedral of St. Louis

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The Basilica of St. Louis, King of France, colloquially known as the Old Cathedral, was built in 1834 in the Greek revival style by architects Joseph Laveille and George Morton. The church underwent many renovations in its lifetime; in 2014 the interior was restored to its "Gilded Age" design from 1890. 

SLALCO designed and fabricated the main chandeliers and restored the many candelabras and candlesticks adorning the alters. 

Historic Lighting Designs by St. Louis Antique Lighting Company

Restoration Architect: Mackey Mitchell

Architect of the Archdiocese: Randy Rathert

General Contractor: Musick Construction