Torchiere Lamp Shades
Our antique reproduction torchiere shades are ideal for restoring or upgrading your vintage floor lamp. Popular throughout the 1930s, stately torchiere-style lamps were typically crowned with a large bowl shade, many of which have broken over the years. Handcrafted in the USA, these handsome replacement shades feature the necessary 2 3/4 inch fitter and white opal or Nu-Gold glass.
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.
Upgrade a torchiere floor lamp with this elegant hand-blown trumpet-shaped shade. Here, Classical and Art Nouveau influences are combined for a stately feel without stuffiness. The warm Nu-Gold hue adds another decorative layer.
Upgrade a torchiere floor lamp with this elegant tulip-shaped shade. Classical and Art Nouveau influences are combined for a stately feel without stuffiness. Hand-blown and made in America, it’s an artistic addition to any room.
Take your torchiere floor lamp to a new level with this elegant shade. Embossed patterns in Nu-Gold create a Classical feel that’s warm and conveys the past. Hand-blown and made in America, it’s a lovely addition to a parlor or den.
This American-made 2 1/4 inch hand-blown glass shade has a distinctive urn shape reminiscent of classical style. An excellent choice for vintage chandeliers, its clean lines will add a touch of formality to newer light fixtures too.
Take a torchiere floor lamp to the next level with this elegant shade. An etched rib design is paired with a circular pattern creating a classic sensibility. Hand-blown and made in America, it’s a lovely addition to a parlor or library.