We are pleased to be offering today this wonderful brass Victorian hanging light fixture with one large acid cut glass and frosted ball shade which is 8" across by 5" inches and four smaller ball shades that are 6 inches across and 4 inches high that dates from the early 1900’s. It is a fantastic lamp that come out of a local home where it has sat since 1971. I had this lamp refurbished and rewired for the client back then in 1971. It has been in that home for close to 48 years and it is just as beautiful as the day I saw it for the first time. This is a heavy duty brass light fixture so don't get it confused with those cheaper light weight fixtures now a day. The shades are unusual being cut glass with frosted glass. The shades all match and are in good condition with the exception of one of the smaller shades. There is a repair on one shade where someone must have banged it at one time. You can see that they used some sort of glue and the damage is a little bit bigger than a quarter but smaller than a half a dollar. The damage is on the side so it can be positioned so it would be unnoticeable. The length of the rod in the center from the plate down is 24 inches long and 17.5 inches on the sides. The center plate is 18 inches by 18 inches by 3 inches thick. The top plate is 8 inches by 8 inches and 6 inches thick. It has a heavy cast finial knob that screws into the ceiling. It is 13 inches high between the top plate and the bottom plate. The overall height is 40 inches high with the arms being 24 inches long in the center and 17 inches long on the outside ones. The lamp could use a good polishing. The shades are worth quite a bit by themselves and the lamp is outstanding. Shipping starts at $85 for a driveway delivery in our normal area. Please contact us prior to purchase to confirm that you are in our normal area.