This large Mid Century Early American style lamp shade was one of a pair I purchased at an Idaho estate auction. It was originally part of a combination lamp and end table. The table part was badly damaged and rickety so I saved just the shade, frame, socket, and prisms. There is no lamp column or base, the frame and shade are shown resting on a large metal coffee tumbler.
The antiqued brass color metal socket frame has a 14 inch fitter ring for the glass shade and a faux burner gallery into which the socket is inserted, which is wired with a 10-plus foot brown cord. There is no plug, I had to remove it to dismantle the table. The large glass dome shade has hand painted rose blossoms, flower sprays, and leaves in shades of mauve pink, rusty red, brown, olive, yellow, and blue. Thirty one crystal icicle drop prisms dangle from the reticulated metal fitter ring. A matching smaller ring encircles the opening at the top of the shade.
The glass shade is about 8-1/2" tall by 14" diameter, not including prisms or frame. It's in excellent condition with no damage, scratches, or paint wear. The prisms and metal frame are also in excellent vintage condition with no issues. See my other listings for the matching hanging lamp.