Large Turquoise Blue Lamp Finial, Coastal, Beach, Oily Iridescence
Please contact me if you have something special in mind or if you have any questions. I am happy to help and gladly accept custom orders.
Light turquoise blue.
OPACITY AND PATINA
Oily iridescence and glossy.
Oily blue glass marble. Brass or nickel swivel top lamp finial base.
FITTING AND FINISH
Finial base will fit a 1/4 inch, 27 thread screw which is standard for American lamp harp fittings and is available in a brass, nickel, or antique brass finish. The antique brass finial base is a bit shorter and wider. Please see pics.
Diameter: 1.4 or 1.65 inches.
Height: 2 or 2.25 inches.
The coloring is consistent. Contact me to send photos of current stock, if needed.
This finial would readily fit a medium or large table or floor lamp with a standard harp.
This color is great for coastal, contemporary or beach decor.
Please see other sections in my shop for a wide selection of handmade lampshades, finials, and lamps with custom shades.
OTHER HELPFUL LINKS
1-2 business days
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Custom work is available. Please contact me to coordinate with you on special projects.
Yes, if you have a multiple lamp shade order and I can fit them one inside the other in one box there will be a refund of shipping costs the day your shades ship. If you would like an accurate shipping quote for more than one lamp shade, please contact me with your zip or postal code.
I am happy to help you size a lamp shade or finial. Please contact me directly and I will more than happy to assist you. A picture and lamp measurements are very helpful.
Lint rollers work great on fabric lamp shades.
For wire mesh shades a lint free cloth and canned air will give you optimal cleaning results.
On small lamp shades it is best to use a lower wattage light bulb to avoid scorching the polystyrene lining. For the highest wattage a purchased shade can handle, please contact me.
I use mineral oil to polish lamp finials.