This is a gorgeous antique three-light Neoclassical inverted dome chandelier, circa 1910, with a hand-painted shade. The chandelier hangs from three chains that attach to the chandelier body via graceful volutes. A large flower-like design ornaments the underside of the shade, followed by an acanthus leaf pattern. The fluted sides of the shade are ornamented with a hand-painted swag of roses. This light fixture is in very good antique condition, with a small chip on the edge of the dome (pictured) that is hardly noticeable and does not detract from the beauty of the chandelier. It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The glass measures 16 ½” wide and approx. 8” tall, and the fixture is approx. 26 ½” long overall.