A fabulous chandelier from the early 1900s signed Halcolite and found in a home in Indianapolis, IN. The brass chandelier begins with a decorative canopy, descending in chain to meet a stylized fleur-de-lis finial; the finial perches atop a cluster of five bands ornamented with draping bell-flowers and arched volutes. Five elegant arms curl outward to support two part bobeches accented with foliates, volutes, and stylized fleur de lis. This light fixture is in very good condition and has been professionally rewired with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. It measures 22″ wide, 25” tall, and 43″ overall height.