Seller: nextem (160) 100%, Location: Somerville, Massachusetts, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 142147186086 Buy smart: purchase 2 items or more from my inventory, and you will save big on combined shipping! See more below. Beautiful and unusual antique ceiling light shade or globe. Its style points at the 1920s or 1930s. Elaborate decor of holly foliage, gadroons, imitation of whicker on the border, plus a "frosted" effect that is actually simply painted on the glass. The shade is supposed to hang from the ceiling fixtures by three thick strings like in the example shown in the last picture (this picture is featured here only as an example, it doesn't represent the item I am selling in this listing!). Very good antique condition, the paint has been very slightly rubbed on some very tiny parts, and is missing on a small spot within the foliage frieze – but actually it took me a long time to realize it wasn't a leaf itself! Dimensions: H 4", larger diameter 10 ¼". I ALLOW COMBINED PAYMENT for several items purchased WITHIN A TIME FRAME OF 7 DAYS. It means that if you purchase an item on a Monday at 8PM (random example), you have until the next Monday 8PM to pay and make other purchases from my inventory. You will then pay for all these items at once, and will enjoy A GENEROUS DISCOUNT on combined shipping costs! If you need more details on this, don’t hesitate to contact me! THANK YOU!!! INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: If you are located outside of the United States or Canada, please message me for a shipping quote. PLEASE CONTACT ME PRIOR TO MAKING YOUR PURCHASE. SHIPPING TO THE U.S. & CANADA: I will be happy to combine shipping on multiple items when available. If you would like to combine shipping, request a delivery confirmation or add insurance to your order, PLEASE MESSAGE ME PRIOR TO MAKING YOUR PURCHASE. Condition: Very good antique condition, the paint has been very slightly rubbed on some very tiny parts, and is missing on a small spot within the foliage frieze – but actually it took me a long time to realize it wasn't a leaf itself!