An elegant antique Colonial Revival five arm silver-plated chandelier, c. 1910 and found in a home in Indianapolis, IN. The understated chandelier begins with a sleek canopy, coming down in a short rod and chain to a loop finial. A bulbous column affixes to the loop finial and runs down the center of the chandelier before meeting the cluster body; the lower body compliments the upper column design and ends with an opaline teardrop prism. Five S-shaped arms extend from the sides of the cluster to support trumpet-shaped cups. The light is in very good condition with the expected wear to the finish and some light creasing in the arms; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier measures approximately 15-1/4" wide, 29-1/4" tall, and 46-1/4" long overall.
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