Wonderful antique five-light chandeliers, dating from the 1930s and attributed to Lincoln. Each chandelier begins with a hammered canopy, coming down in chain to a trumpet-shaped flower; three chains descend from the flower to support the bowl-shaped body below. Five downward facing bobeches perch around the perimeter of the chandelier body, the surface of which is ornamented with stylized foliates and hammered and grooved textures. These light fixtures are in excellent condition with a beautifully aged two-tone finish; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each chandelier body measures 17” wide and 18-1/4” tall, and the fixture is 29-1/4” long overall (without the bulbs.) THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH FIXTURE.
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