A beautiful antique three-light inverted dome chandelier with a brass canopy and a beautiful opaline shade. Circa 1910, this Neoclassical chandelier was found in Chicago. The chandelier features a gadrooned canopy, which comes down to a brass piece with three hooks, ornamented with a leaf pattern. A chain extends from each hook to the opaline shade. Each is fastened to the shade with a brass handle ornamented with volutes and acanthus detail. The shade is gadrooned with acanthus leaves at the bottom, and bordered with volutes, flowers, and a bead-and-reel pattern along the edge. This light fixture is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks to the glass, just the expected fleabites around the edge. It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The shade is 16” in diameter and approx. 6” tall, and the fixture is approx. 33” long overall.
Antique Lamps and Lighting