A darling antique five-light brass chandelier, dating from the 1910s and found in a home in Boston, MA. The fixture begins with an understated canopy, coming down in chain to meet a crown of suspended “icicle” prisms. The open body frame is hung with swagged prisms which connect below to a ring from which five smooth arms curl outwards, each supporting a two-part bobeche and candle cup. The chandelier finishes in a gorgeous faceted crystal ball suspended from beaded chain. This light fixture is in very good condition with a wonderful aged finish, and some slight discoloration of the old prisms (as pictured). It has been professionally rewired and comes with all necessary attachments for modern installation. The chandelier measures 15-1/2″ wide and 20-1/4″ tall, and is 31” long overall.