This gorgeous and unique, ca. early 1900's chandelier is constructed of copper over iron and brass with gold plating. The body of this chandelier is open frame style and begins with a leafy loop finial. Beneath the finial, five bent and curls copper plated iron bands are button, using florets, to a baluster style center piece. The bands swing down, stopping at an inverted copper dome, and curve up to support gold plated brass bobeches. The piece finishes with a gold plated decorative bottom finial. This light fixture is in excellent condition, it has been professionally rewired, and it comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. This chandelier is 18" at it's widest; the length of the chandelier only is 19"; the total length is 34".
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