An unusual mid-century chandelier by Max Sauze, found in a home in Philadelphia, and retaining its nicely aged chrome finish. The chandelier begins in a chrome canopy, coming down in a chain and a rod to the unusual chandelier body below. A cluster of three cylindrical, curling sections affix to the rod and form the chandelier body; the sections are ornamented with pierced details and have a circular opening which allows for the light bulb to peek through. The fixture is in very good condition and has been professionally rewired with all the necessary attachments for modern installation; one of the plastic panels has been replaced with glass. The fixture measures 13-1/2″ wide, 21-1/4″ tall and 32″ long overall.