This is a very unusual antique tole style chandelier is from the 1930s, which displays a green colored finish accented with antique white adornments, red undertones, and a lovely natural patina. The chandelier begins with a dome style, antique white canopy, which meets a large loop finial via a coordinating antique chain. The chandelier is constructed of a large baluster shaped body adorned with alternating diamond and floral cameo style embellishments. The piece supports six arms extending out toward modestly designed, yet interestingly long and narrow, bobeches. This chandelier finishes with a center baluster style bottom finial, which is encircled by the loop style finials beneath each bobeche. The light fixture is in very good antique condition, and it has been professionally rewired, and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The overall diameter is 22”; the length of the chandelier only is 21”; the overall length is 36”. A very similar chandelier is listed at NC262-rw, and two matching flush mount pendants are listed at NC263-rw.