These are two matching antique five-light Neoclassical chandeliers, dating from the 1920’s, in iron and silver plate over brass, with their original polychrome finish. Each chandelier begins with a canopy ornamented with a silver plated, gadrooned border and silver leaves below. The chandelier comes down in a chain to a polychrome loop finial atop a silver plated flower hung with icicle prisms. Below, five polychrome bands come down to form the chandelier body and arms. Each band is overlaid with silver plated leaves and holds an acanthus bobeche hung with prisms. Five wrought iron bands, also accented with silver leaves, extend from the chandelier arms to the bottom of the chandelier, ending in a silver flower with a flame at the top and a dangling tassel below. These light fixtures are in excellent condition; they have been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each chandelier body measures 18” wide and 20 ½” tall; each fixture is 36” long overall. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH CHANDELIER; THERE IS NOW ONLY ONE AVAILABLE. A coordinating chandelier by the same maker is also available, item # NC836.
Antique Lamps and Lighting