Crafted in France during the 1920’s, this wrought iron ball chandelier features four saucer sconces on top of S-scroll arms. Each of the arms is affixed to a band that circumnavigates the open sphere laden with scrollwork. The highly worked sphere is topped with four S-scrolls surrounding a shaft with an eyelet for hanging purposes (the canopy is an unadorned circle). There are also four volute C-scrolls on the underside of the chandelier, forming an intricate noix. The iron has been painted black with white faux candle sleeves atop the bobeches. Our wrought iron ball chandelier can be used in any room of the house that needs an ornate light fixture.
CONDITION: Strong antique condition, with minimal buildup and oxidation as a result of paint loss. Professionally rewired for use in American houses.