A marvelous antique four-light Neoclassical chandelier with its original two-tone finish, dating from the 1920’s and found in a home in Atlanta, GA. This fixture begins with an understated egg and dart canopy that comes down in chain to a small loop finial. The finial is perched above a pan-style chandelier body; four beautifully ornamented arms affix to the underside of the fixture and are ornamented with bellflowers and volutes. Each arm attaches to a coordinating dangling shade holder which supports a white ball shade. This light fixture is in good condition with a few dings along the body (pictured); the glass shades are in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks, just the expected fleabites around the rims. This light fixture measures 18-1/2″ wide, 14″ wide measured diagonally, 16” tall, and 34” long overall.