This awe-inspiring, pewter and brass with silver plating, chandelier is from 1910. The body of this piece is lit from three bulbs, which set just below the disc portion. Trimmed with a finely cast border, the disc portion of this chandelier sets just below an open framed cluster topped with a loop style finial, which meets the antique chain. The edge of the disc is draped in crystal garland, which twinkles in the light. The five tiers of luminous icicle prisms descend in diameter to meet one grand tear drop crystal. This light fixture is spectacular, in excellent condition, and retains all of its prisms and crystals. It has been professionally rewired, and it comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. This chandelier is 18” at it’s widest; the length of the chandelier only is 34 ½”; the total length is 51”.