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.
There is nothing more beautiful than hand-blown art glass shades – and this gold iridescent version is no exception. Art glass is known to transform both fixtures and rooms, creating instant atmosphere at the flip of a switch.
A beautiful reproduction of a Vianne, our Bow and Wreath Pendant Shade (3 1/4-Inch Fitter) adds elegant style to your decor. Created in satin-etched glass with a rose-tinted bottom, it is suited to powder rooms, bedrooms, or parlors. Ideal for pendant and flush ceiling fixtures.
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.
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.
Decorative art glass shades add flair across many historic styles – and this Peacock Blue iridescent version is no exception. The artistic grape motif shape is achieved with master craft techniques employed by American glass artists.
Decorative art glass shades add flair across many historic styles – and this gold iridescent version is no exception. The artistic grape motif shape is achieved with master craft techniques employed by American glass artists.
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.