PLEASE NOTE: LOCAL PICK-UP ONLY - WE CAN POSSIBLY DELIVER IN CENTRAL SCOTLAND.
This is a very rare survivor from the 1930s.
It is a geometric shaped hanging lampshade made of a number of interlinked glass panels.
It comes with its original hanging chains ad octagonal white metal Deco ceiling rose as photographed.
It is a very large shade and substantially made - it is probably a light fitting for a much larger room - or at least a room with high ceilings.
All the glass panels which form the shade are intact with no damages.
Given the complicated structure of this vintage shade - it has been quite tricky to photograph.
As mentioned - a large shade - it measures 11 inches in height and with a massive diameter of 17 1/2 inches. It has a stonking weight of 4.3 kg (unpacked).
The hanging fitment to secure the light bulbs is as photographed, the shade has fittings to take three light bulbs.
Being that it is all made of glass - it does have some fragility to it - and I would certainly be hesitant to send in the post.
I am suggesting that this might be pick up only - although we could look at delivering to you if you live in central Scotland.
Listed at a very fair price - probably now unique and the only shade of this design to have survived intact from the 1930s.