This light accurately portrays a style popular during the changeover from gas to electric light during the late 19th and early 20th century. It has four arms, two of which point upward for burning gas, and two which tilt downward and would have electric lights. Electricity was unreliable in the beginning and chandeliers with both gas and electric lights were a form of “backup”. The gas arms have accents to represent the gas valves. Every element of a gas light offered opportunity for Victorian style embellishment, and our light has beautiful intricate floral accents. This light is available with long-life bi-pin bulbs or LEDs. Approx 2 3/8″ wide by 1 3/4″ tall.