This interesting antique chandelier was originally a half gas and half electric light with the center down light using electricity and the two side lights shining upwards and utilizing gas (both are now electric). The chandelier is constructed of iron, and begins with a scalloped and curled, hammered canopy. The chandelier rod is bordered at about a quarter of the way down by two decoratively curled and C-curved iron bands, from which suspend two heavy antique chains that connect with body at the arms. The focal point of this chandelier is the amazing smooth, green, slag glass framed behind riveted iron in a hexagonal shape. Crowning the slag glass shade are six cut and curled sheets of iron creating a coronet around the chandelier rod. The piece finishes with two side lights set on curled iron bobeches, which display bottom spear finials and extend on tightly wound coils serving as arms. The light fixture has been professionally rewired, and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The overall diameter is 24 ½”; the overall length is 34 ¾”.