This is a strange angular space-age hanging pendant light shade.
It is designed to hang from your ceiling as a hanging shade and would not be suitable for a lamp.
It is made of mirrored finish chrome panels - contrasted by silver brushed steel ones - which gives texture to the silver shades.
The thing that I like best about this is and the interior of the metal is shade is a matte burnt orange enamel.
It is a strange shape and structure - the central section is made of a square section made up of a sheet of the shiny chrome metal - the brushed steel metal makes up the corner sections on the outside - these corners are attached to the central zone by little pegs or raised rivets - which are both functional and decorative.
The electric flex and bulb issue from the center of the H-shaped support metal bracket at the top, as photographed.
Something about it reminds me a little of a1960s or 70s space-age version of a Charles Rennie Mackintosh hanging lantern.
I am sure all this makes more sense if you look closely at the structure on my images - I have tried to take from a variety of angles for your inspection.
The main body is 12 inches in height - and 6 inches square.
The shade does not have a maker's name - but it is well made - and it very unusual - you might not see another quite like it in a hurry.
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