This three tier, 39 light fixture by Schonbek drips with faceted octagonal prisms from top to bottom. Schonbek is renowned for their quality construction and crystals and has been considered one of the premier crystal light fixture makers for more than 150 years. The fixture has a bright brass frame and canopy, brass candle covers, pointed crystal drops, scalloped crystal bobeches and faceted ball prisms. Original retail price is more than $10,000. Please note, this chandelier is missing a few crystals.
This chandelier has been tested by our staff and is in working condition. The fixture is ready to install. Community Forklift recommends using LED light bulbs to save energy and produce less heat, which helps to protect vintage fixtures from further aging.
44" High + chain x 32" Wide
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