Incredible antique silver plate over brass five-light chandelier, dating from the 1920’s and found in a home in New York. This light fixture begins with an understated canopy that comes down in a chain to a decorative loop finial; the finial is perched on a platform with leafy edges and prisms hung along its perimeter. Below, a cluster of five foliate-embellished arms curl out to support downward-facing bobeches hung a curtain of sparkling “icicle” prisms. The chandelier finishes with a faceted glass ball suspended from its center. This light fixture is in excellent condition with a beautifully aged finish; some of the silver plate has faded to reveal the brass below which does not take away from the beauty of the fixture. It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body measures 18-3/4″ wide and 22-3/4″ tall, and the fixture is 39-1/4″ long overall.