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Cased Green 10" Emeralite Shade, 2 1/4" Fitter, Original, Very Good Condition~~~

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For Sale is a wonderful Art Glass Shade done by Emeralite. The Fitter Neck at the top of the shade is 2 3/16" outside diameter. This Shade measures 5 1/16" tall and it is 9 7/8" in diameter at the bottom. This is considered a 10" shade. This shade will fit into any standard 2 1/4" fitter cup.

The Shade displays a Deep Emerald Green Color when unlit. When lit it has the softest Blue/Green Teal color that is so pleasing to the eyes. The inside cased white interior and fire polished edge is as good as L.C.T. Tiffany Favrile and Steuben Aurene Shades of the same period.

The shade is considered to be in very good condition as there are no cracks. The fitter area has a rough area in which there are small chips on the cased white interior neck. These cannot be seen when mounted and are considered insignificant. The Shade is nice and thin and it rings like fine crystal when flicked with your finger.

The Shade is signed with remnants of the aluminum ink stamp mark near the exterior neck of the shade. This is pictured and I guarantee this shade to have been made by "Emeralite" of Czechoslovakia. Purchase with confidence as this is a hard shade to find and would look outstanding in a Manhattan Student Lamp or Handel Harp Floor Lamp. This shade was made Circa 1920-1930.


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Go to Clements Antiques of New Hampshire's website.

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