A petite antique one-light pendant, found in a home in St, Louis, MO, and dating from the 1920s. The fixture begins with an understated canopy, which comes down in chain to meet the open pendant body below. Two curving bands with volute detail form the open body, each flanking a downward facing bobeche; the bobeche features a leafy crown hung with a curtain of sparkling “icicle” prisms. The fixture finishes in a dangling finial with floral details. The pendant is in very good antique condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. This light fixture measures approximately 8-1/4″ wide, 19 tall, and 32″ long overall.