An unusual antique five-light Spanish Revival chandelier by Empire Lighting, patented c. 1923. The chandelier, salvaged out of a home in Indianapolis, IN, begins with an elegant canopy, coming down in a short rod and chain to an arched finial atop an urn; the urn is ornamented with an unusual grooved geometric design and polychrome accents in red and green, a design that continues throughout the fixture. Downward facing bobeches suspend from the perimeter of the lamp body, each holding an exposed bulb surrounded by a curtain of sparkling “icicle” prisms. This bronze over pewter light fixture is in excellent condition, with a small chip on one of the bobeches that does not detract from its beauty (as pictured). It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body measures 19″ wide and 21” tall, and the fixture is 37-3/4″ long overall.