This is a splendid antique Neoclassical three-light brass chandelier, circa 1905, still retaining its original iridescent, acid-etched shades. The chandelier begins with an egg-and-dart patterned canopy, coming down in a fluted pole to a triangular loop finial. The egg-and-dart detail is repeated on the chandelier body and on each shade holder. The chandelier arms, formed of intricately cast leaves, come up from the underside of the chandelier to support the egg-and-dart shade holders. Each shade holder supports an iridescent shade with acid-etched swags and laurel wreaths. The bottom of the chandelier is finished in a tassel finial. This light fixture is in excellent condition, and the shades are also in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks, just the expected fleabites around the rims. The chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. It measures 14” wide, 16” tall (body only), and 31” long overall.