Glass & Fabric Light Shades
Our hand-curated selection of antique glass and fabric lamp shades come in the most popular fitter shade sizes, shapes and materials. Our replacement light shades are suited for panlights, fixtures (gas, ceiling and electric), chandeliers, pendants, and wall sconces. Antique glass lamp shades come in a variety of glass types: opal, sandblasted, etched, satin crystal, iridescent Aurene art glass, and stained glass. Upgrade your home's look with new replacement lamp shades.
This charming glass shade is perfect for any room! Featuring an embossed fruit and flower pattern, the acid-etched satin finish creates a soft and flattering glow. This shade was designed circa 1900-1920, and works well with chain type bowl fixtures, pendants, panlights and flushmounts.
A subtle touch of Victorian style, this satin etched shade features flared edges and a stunning floral-and-leaf pattern to upgrade all gas and electric fixtures.
The Rose and Lace Gas-Light Shade (4-Inch Fitter) adds elegant style to you decor. Created in satin-etched glass, it is ideal for gas and electric light fixtures.
The timeless elegance of Victorian lighting is well-argued in the Two Roses bowl shade. Ethereal florals in this satin etched beauty are the ideal ornament for all gas and electric lighting fixtures.
The Empire features an ornate flower and butterfly design on a satin-etched tapered shade. Emblematic of Victorian style circa 1870-1890, this shade is a comely ornament for gas and electric fixtures.
The rare beauty of Vianne Satin Etched Gas-Light Shade with Ruffled Top and 4-Inch Fitter transforms gas and electric light fixtures with romantic authenticity. Satin-etched glass, floral patterning, and a unique ruffled top are essential details for a late nineteenth-century interior. Although no longer in production, we have unused older stock available to the discerning Victorian homeowner. Made in France.
For a note of neo-classical formality, choose this circa 1910 bowl-style shade. Embossed with ionic columns and a fluted border, it's perfect for traditional panlight fixtures and three-chain chandeliers. Recreated in satin opal glass, which casts an elegant glow.
Designed in the popular Art Deco style of the 1920's, this vintage style shade features an embossed floral pattern with alternating ribs (the pattern is greatly enhanced when lit). Made of opal glass with a smooth satin finish, it's ideal for panlights and bowl chandeliers.