An incredible antique five-light wrought iron chandelier, found in a home in New York and dating from the 1920’s. The chandelier begins with a pie-crust canopy that comes down in chain to a loop finial. Five wrought iron bands, each adorned with petite teardrop prisms, curl downwards to form the chandelier body below, and curl upward to support a foliate bobeches. It is in excellent condition, and has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body measures 21” wide and 17-1/4” tall, and the fixture 34-1/4” long overall.