An unusual ca.1902 Arts and Crafts / Mission four light chandelier retaining its original, rarely used for Craftsman lighting, darkened silver plate over brass. The light fixture has a classic squared body from which spring four graceful squared arms that hold three original, Harvey Hubbell acorn pull chain sockets and shade holders and one antique Bryant pull chain socket. It is fitted with satin and clear accented square shades. This chandelier would be perfect for any Arts & Crafts, Craftsman, Bungalow, Prairie-style, or Mission décor. The chandelier is in excellent condition. The glass shades are in excellent condition with just a couple minor flea bites around the rim and no cracks or breaks. It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The overall diameter is 24”, and the length of the chandelier is 42”. We would gladly shorten the chandelier if necessary. There is also a similar chandelier listed with item number NC316-RW. Both chandeliers came from the same home in Chicago.