A large antique ten light chandelier in a two-tone finish, dating from the early 1900's and found in a theater in St. Louis, MO. The chandelier begins with an understated canopy, coming down in a chain to a cluster of ten curling iron bands; the bands are ornamented with foliate flourishes and descend to affix to a twisted ring which encircles the chandelier. Ten scrolling arms cluster at the bottom of the chandelier and arch upwards to meet the upper bands; leafy brass bobeches perch on top of each arm. A tassel finial completes this gorgeous chandelier. This light fixture is in excellent condition with a beautifully aged finish; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body measures 33-1/2” wide and 39” tall, and the fixture is 39” long overall.