Toward the end of his life, Henry VIII was said to weigh about 300 pounds. And while this cast iron chandelier doesn’t clock in at quite that much, it is a substantial piece with subtle details reminiscent of a coat of arms. Henry VIII has a finely detailed undercarriage and big, blocky top and bottom finials. The light’s surface condition is good, and it drops 28 inches and measures 17 inches across. The bell housing inside the chandelier is cracked, but this doesn’t affect the structural integrity of the piece. With this Henry VIII, you needn’t worry about any messy beheadings in your home!