This is a striking antique Gothic Revival four-light chandelier, hand riveted, dating from the 19th Century and featuring fleur-de-lis ornamentation. Originally a gas fixture, this chandelier has been converted to electricity. The chandelier body begins with a cluster of magnificent oak leaves, below which is a substantial, twisted pole. The base of the pole is surrounded by a second foliate cluster, from which spring four iron bands, which curl back up to the pole. Below, a smooth rod connects to the main portion of the chandelier body, which is formed of a wide, circular band with torsade trim accenting foliate detail at the top of the band and a scalloped edge at the bottom. The band is ornamented with fleur-de-lis and quatrefoil cutouts. Each arm extends from the center rod, coming through the wide band to support splendid torch-shaped bobeches adorned with fleurs-de-lis. This light fixture is in excellent condition. It has been professionally wired for electricity and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. For the collectors’ sake, the gas keys have not been drilled. The chandelier measures 21 ½” wide, 29” tall, and 46 ½” long overall.