There are a number of chandelier parts suppliers on the web, such as the online retailer www.chandelierparts.com. To find more online stores, simply insert the phrase "chandelier replacement crystals" into the search box of any major search engine. Parts are also available from major online stores and auction sites, such as Amazon and eBay.
Visiting a local store may be preferred. Utilizing Google Maps is another way to find chandelier replacement crystals. Type "chandelier crystals" or "chandelier parts" along with the phrase, "near (insert the name of the town where you live)," into the search box at www.maps.google.com. A varying number of local stores will appear, alongside customer ratings and reviews, store hours, phone numbers, and a store website (if available).
If more information regarding replacement of chandelier parts is needed, eBay has a handy guide that covers everything from the history of chandeliers, education on chandelier parts, and how to buy chandelier pieces at http://www.ebay.com/gds/Chandelier-Parts-Buying-Guide-/10000000177630230/g.html.
Securing a contractor online is another option if time is an issue. An example of one such company is www.redbeacon.com. This website not only offers a small tutorial regarding how to take care of your chandelier and what kinds of common problems with which a contractor can help, but also offers the option to ask an expert for free advice.