This is a mid century modern piece.Shows some signs of age.
The brass is scratched and scuffed.
The lamp has been tested, all 3 sockets work.
One glass petal was broken into two pieces, and was expertly repaired by an artist at The Pittsburgh Glass Center.
The weld is stronger than glass. (Last 2 photos show front and back of that petal.)
The petals hang in 4 tiers / layers, so that if you hang the repaired petal on the top tier, it will be covered by the other petals and will not be visible.
This lamp is complete, has all fasteners and a mounting bracket with a nipple included.
The 3 lamps sockets are rated for up to 250 volts and 660 Watts maximum.
The diameter is roughly 20\" and the downward projection is roughly 10\".The ceiling canopy is 6\" round.
The brass hangers are 1/8\" thick, and the glass petals are between 1/4\" - 3/8\" thick.
The lamp hangs from a 5/8\" diameter pipe.
It is heavy and needs to be hung from a good quality ceiling box.
The ceiling box needs to be fastened to a joist.
Light bulbs are not included.
Shipping is insured and with a signature required.
Will be shipped totally disassembledwith each piece packed separately.
Foreign Buyers: This lamp will only be shipped with the shipping program which means that the shipping program is responsible for the foreign shipping trip.
Installation and assembly: Install ceiling bracket with the nipple extending down. Extend the lamp wires and pull them through the steel pipe on the bracket. Thread the lamp nipple into the nipple on the bracket. Connect the wiring, push the ceiling canopy flush against the ceiling, and tighten set screw. Install the glass petals. Do not over tighten. Start with glass petal closest to ceiling and work your way down. After the first tier is completed, tighten the second brass tier and continue. Lastly, thread the bottom canopy lightly into the 2nd tier nipple.1736