Thanks so much for the reply!
It makes me feel much better to know there is very little chance of the chandelier catching fire if I do it right.
As far as the physical aspects go, I already picked out a fairly heavy duty chain from Home Depot as well as a bracket to mount it to the ceiling. I want to use the chain to connect from the bracket to the lampholder somehow. The chain supports a load of 340lbs so as long as I don't go TOO crazy with the number of bulbs I should just sneak in under that capacity
Since I don't have too much experience with electrical work I'm not too fond of having to wire up the lampholder myself. Ideally I would have liked to find one that was already wired but I'm having some issues finding precisely what I want.
I purchased some 18-2 clear lamp wire to use which seems like it should get the job done. As far as the lampholder goes I'm looking for something that is keyless (which I guess is a fancy way of saying doesn't have a switch on it) and will allow me to somehow attach the chain to it. Everything I've been seeing online and in the store is either something you mount directly to the ceiling or one that is typically used for a table-top lamp. Do you have any ideas of where I could look for something that would fit the description of what I'm looking for?
Also I noticed the double socket adapter is rated at 250V and 660W. The 660W is great but I wonder why the 250V? Most of the lampholders I see are 120V (which makes sense). Does that mean I'd also have to find a lampholder rated at 250V?
Thanks again so much for your help!