Circa 1910-1930 a pair of large glass lampshades, mostly opaque glass but with clear glass at the lower section and both are in good condition.

They measure approximately 15.5cm in length, the opening at the base is 11.5cm in diameter and the outer measurement of the top is 6.5cm.

They may have been made for a type of oil lamp referred to as a saloon or cabin lamp but using a lampshade gallery they can be used with any standard UK light fitting; table, ceiling or wall lights.

They are both in good condition with no signs of damage other than a small loss of glass around the rim of one – see photos. This would be covered by any lampshade holder.

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