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.
Art deco sensibility circa 1930 influenced the creation of this sculptural shade. Fashioned in the skyscraper style, hand blown opal glass is a striking embellishment to pendants and ceiling lights.
Here’s a shade that represents classic Art Deco style. Its frosted appearance is accentuated by clear edges – highlighting skyscraper forms inspired by the urban skylines of the 1920s and 30s. Sure to be a focal point when lit.
Here’s a shade that reflects classic Art Deco design, highlighting skyscraper forms inspired by the emerging urban skylines of the 1920s and 30s. This shade will inject glamour into a space – install several for a dazzling effect.
This authentic Art Deco style shade mimics the dynamic lines of 1930's skyscrapers. Large in scale, it's ideal for pendants over a stairwell or flush mount fixtures in rooms with high ceilings. Hand-blown from an antique mold in beautiful glossy opal glass. Made in the USA.
Hailing from the Art deco era, this pendant shade has an embossed plume pattern set against a ribbed field. Made of high quality crystal glass with a sandblasted interior, which accentuates the details when lit. Ideal for pendants and flush ceiling fixtures.
Generous in size, this 12 inch diameter Art Deco shade features a skyscraper shape that mirrors the newly minted skylines of the 1920s and 30s. Ideal for an entry, the opal glass casts a soft glow and makes a glamorous first impression.
Inspired by a 1930s original, our faithful recreation is made of top quality satin-etched crystal. Its opaque finish reduces glare, while clear panels enhance its style. Whether outfitting a new or vintage fixture, it's suited for sconces, pendants, and chandeliers in vintage Deco or Mid-Century homes.
This elegant Art Deco-style crystal-etched shade is well-suited to vintage fixtures, and will instantly bring 1930s glamour to a space. It would also look lovely on a gleaming pendant fixture or a pair of sconces.
Victorian with hints of Art Nouveau, this shade’s elongated crimped and gently flared panels bring flower petals to mind. The etched filigree pattern adds another layer of detail that creates a lovely effect when illuminated.
The timeless simplicity of this mushroom shade design complements any style of home, from late Victorian to Mid-Century Modern. Made of high quality glossy opal glass, it has a nice sheen and coordinates well with schoolhouse type shades. This shade is ideal for large fitter ceiling fixtures, panlights, and bowl chandeliers.
This diamond-shaped hand-blown shade reflects Streamline style in full force. Concentric circles, dark stripes and a precise point create a compelling look that will energize a light fixture and the surrounding space.
Streamline style is on full display with this this hand-blown opal glass shade. Utilitarian and stylish, it’s a striking choice that works well in both retro and modern spaces. Hang in multiples to make a design statement.
This classic schoolhouse shade adds a splash of color to your kitchen, bedroom or bath. It features contrasting bands of green and brown, precision painted for a crisp and lively effect. Made of glossy opal glass, hand-blown in the USA.
The efficient whir of the Machine Age is captured in this Art Deco style shade’s dynamic forms. The glossy opal glass gives the concentric rings a polished feel that is both retro and modern while dispersing diffuse light.
This crystal-etched desk lamp shade features a classic clamshell design that suggests a seaside aesthetic free of kitsch. For an iconic Art Deco look, pair this shade with a sleek fixture in a polished nickel or chrome finish.
This striking shade presents a classic pear shape with Art Deco flair – note the raised repeating lines and concentric circles. Simple and elegant, it will add character to a porch, foyer or hallway and casts an inviting glow.
This classic schoolhouse shade adds a splash of color to your kitchen, bedroom or bath. It features contrasting bands of blue and brown, precision painted for a crisp and lively effect. Made of glossy opal glass, hand-blown in the USA.
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.
With its slightly taller profile, the tissue shantung bell shade 5-inch height draws the eye upward, adding a graceful sense of height to a chandelier. This elegant lined shade in neutral hues brings quiet sophistication to a space.
This classic schoolhouse shade adds a splash of color to your kitchen, bedroom or bath. It features contrasting bands of tan and brown, precision painted for a crisp and lively effect. Made of glossy opal glass, hand-blown in the USA.
This striking shade presents a classic pear shape with Art Deco flair. Raised repeating lines and concentric circles are set off by a prominent colorful stripe. Both fun and elegant, it will add immediate character to a space.
The tissue shantung pleated mini drum shade 4-inch height features neat rows of pleats set off by simple top and bottom trim. Its tailored and slightly vintage look is ideal for freshening up a favorite chandelier or flea market find.
The tissue shantung pleated mini drum shade 3 1/2-inch height features neat rows of pleats set off by simple top and bottom trim. Its tailored and slightly vintage look is ideal for freshening up a favorite chandelier or flea market find.
Early 20th-century Industrial lighting used techniques to make lighting more efficient – like this 14 inch half-frosted shade, designed to bounce light off ceilings and cast diffuse light below. A timeless utilitarian aesthetic.