"I am an oil lamp person but in this case, I'd try to find a whole fixture that you like in the style that would suit your home. Sizes of old shades are not necessarily the same as what your frame is so an electrician could easily removed the…"
"This looks to me more like a 1950s or 60s fixture, not something original to a 100-year-old house. I think you can still get glassware for them at a hardware or lighting store, probably much like the shade you removed. If the room this is in…"
Hi! It would be great if I can get some help with this! Our home is 97 yrs young (we've only been here a little over a year). We have plans to reasonably restore (I hate the word remodel because we're trying to keep in close proximity to the age of the house. Well, with some art deco touches as that's my favorite era!). When I took off the ugly modern shade to replace a light bulb, this is what I found. I've tried to find something (anything!) to get an idea of what type vintage shade I need…See More
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As we slowly work on restoring/remodeling our 97 yr old home, I keep my out for unusual lights! I've been a fan of the art deco area for 25 years. Although I don't collect much in the field of early Hollywood anymore (stills, especially) I still enjoy the topic
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