A magnificent antique five-tiered Neoclassical chandelier, dating from the 1920s, and salvaged out of a home in Indianapolis, IN. This silver-plate over bronze “wedding cake” chandelier begins with a foliate-embellished canopy, coming down in a chain to an intricate loop finial with volute detail. Finely ornamented bands support the chandelier made up of foliate swags, interspersed with flowing volutes and bellflowers that encircle dangling faceted teardrop prisms. Below, the chandelier continues in five tiers of sparkling icicle prisms, and is finished in a faceted crystal ball. This light fixture is in excellent condition; it has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier body is 14-1/2” wide and 26-1/4” long; the fixture is 44” long overall.