A late 19th century crystal glass chandelier, the circular metal frame supporting chains of beaded droplets and a tier of arrow headed lustres, with short protruding branches issuing glass flowerheads and supporting a further chain of glass drops, with a spherical glass boss below, later adapted for electricity, 60cm drop and 60cm diameter.
There is a triple core electric wire attached, but it is sold untested.
The faceted ball at the base of the chandelier is a noticeably more smoky colour than the rest of the glass. Some of the other lustres are also a slightly different shade.
Most of the lustres are there, though there are a few missing. There are chips to a lot of the lustres. One strand of lustres is hanging loose because the hole where the wire would hook in appears to be broken.