A substantial eight-light chandelier, dating from the 1910s and found in a home in Chicago, IL. The fixture begins with an understated darkened bronze canopy, coming down in chain to meet a crown of suspended pendalogue prisms. Below, metal bands curl downward to form the light’s open body frame, each supporting a candle cup and bobeche. Sparkling glass florets and crystal prisms are suspended throughout, with a gorgeous hand-cut crystal ball suspended from beaded chain to complete the chandelier. This light fixture is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier measures 23″ wide, 47″ tall (body only), and is 66″ long overall.