Remarkable matching antique bronze chandeliers, salvaged out of the Masonic Loews Temple Theatre in Birmingham, AL. With high ceilings and a 3,100-seat auditorium, the exclusive theater featured motion pictures as early as 1923, and was converted into a Vaudeville theater in 1925. Each chandelier, attributed to design by E. F. Caldwell, begins with a decorative canopy that comes down in a chain to a loop finial and ornate platform. Below, the two-tone chandelier body features an elegant foliate motif, surrounded by a perimeter of outward facing exposed bulb lights. The light fixtures are in excellent condition; they have each been professionally rewired and come with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. Each chandelier body measures 20” wide (not including light bulbs), 28“tall, and the fixture is 48-1/2“ long overall. Due to their size, these chandeliers each require a custom shipping quote; please give us a call if you have any questions. THE PRICE LISTED IS FOR EACH LIGHT.