A lovely antique five-light chandelier in iron, circa 1915, and found in a home in Indianapolis, IN. The chandelier begins with a simple canopy that comes down in chain to a loop finial within a leafy cup; a cluster of five hammered bands descend below the finial to form the open chandelier body. The bands extend outwards into chandelier arms to support leafy bobeches. The fixture finishes a with single teardrop prism that rests at the center of the lamp bod. This chandelier has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body measures 18-3/4″ wide and 19-3/4” tall, and the fixture is 32” long overall.