"This is why I originally thought glass. This top part. Plus the frame is so ornamental. I didn't want it to be glass because I don't think I will find the right piece. Any suggestions on how to tell what size, style, or where to purchase…"
"I was thinking glass and your missing the top vase cap to hold it in place that is what usually goes on these style harps or shade holders as the 3 prong harp or frame would be a definate over kill for strength
"I don't see how a glass shade would be held in place. I think it must have been cloth or paper, perhaps with curved sides similar to the curve on the harp. The shade bottom should probably not extend below the mid-point of the socket, so that…"
I have this glass, hand painted lamp. Not sure of the age. But I'd guess the 1940's. I want to find a shade that is the correct era/time period. Does anyone know? Would it have had a glass shade or a cloth shade? Thank you!See More
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Hi Holly! It's really COLD here in Pittsburgh today I can only imagine how cold it is in Erie! My husband thinks it would be great to live in Erie. I said I'd rather move to warmer climate not colder! Love the photos of your linens. Have a great day! Esther