This is a circa 1915-1920, rectangular and hexagonal ceiling light composed of cast brass with 6 amber seed glass side panels and a fancy open cast brass base. The light fixture hangs 11 1/2" from the ceiling: it is has a width of 12" x 10". I purchased this light and several other matching fixtures quite a number of years ago and was told they came out of the USC Library in Los Angeles. The decorative cast brass has a fleur de leis design pattern more commonly found in Tudor lighting, the seedie glass is usually associated with Spanish Revival lighting, and the shape of the light is compatible with Arts and Crafts -- so this fixture would blend with a variety of decorating styles. The light has been rewired and is ready for installation. Exact shipping costs are calculated at purchase. We have 2 matching fixtures with amber seedie glass and another fixture with the same design and size that has frosted seed glass panels.