A small French iron lantern-style lantern from the mid-20th century composed of a central stem supporting three new wax sleeves enclosed in a four-sided structure adorned with openwork geometrical patterns. The structure rests on four C-shaped scrolls connected by twisted posts to the upper protruding scrolls on each corner. The openwork arch is echoed in the double arch crowning each side and receiving the four link chains, attached to a single one below a curling leaves-shaped canopy. This newly wired cozy French lantern-style iron chandelier, circa 1930 would lend a chic and stylish flair to any room in your home.
8″W x 7.5″D x 32″H