A magnificent antique brass four-light chandelier, made and signed by Beardslee, and dating from the late 19th century. The colonial revival chandelier begins with an understated canopy, coming down in a rod to meet the stylized, pineapple-shaped body. Four slender chandelier arms extend from the chamfered body to support simple shade holders; each one supporting an angular, frosted shade. This light fixture is in very good condition with a small dent in the rod (as pictured,) and the shades are also in very good condition, with a couple of hairline cracks on the rim of one of the shades (as pictured.) The chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier measures 17-1/2” wide and 29-7/8” long overall.
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