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Gothic Style Antique 6 Arm Black Iron Steel Chandelier w/ Gold Detail (ANT-514)
Price: $1488.00

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ANT-514  Large Gothic Cast Iron and Steel 6 Light Chandelier

Very nice iron 6 light chandelier from the turn-of-the-century...circa 1920 or so.  Hard to date accurately, but the quality and original cloth wiring helped us.

Heavy and well made.  We have restored the electrics completely with new sockets and wiring to UL standards, and this chandelier is ready to be hung.  You just supply the bulbs of your choice.

All the original antique crackle amber glass is in near-mint condition.  These fantastic shades are one-at-a-time, hand-blown, amber shades.  Each shade was handmade with mouth-blown glass by a skilled glass artist.  NONE of the shades will precisely match each other since they ARE craft person created.  Such is the way of art glass blown shades that are free blown instead of blown into a mold.  Very close, of course, and simply...lovely!


  • Diameter:  A grand 44" diameter (outside arm leaf to outside arm leaf).
  • Height:  40" tall.  Height can be adjusted to longer if needed.

Price for this large size chandelier with UL label:  $1,488.00 plus shipping.



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