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Old Light Fixtures 01 Dec 2000 11:41 #19548

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I'm in the proccess of replaceing some rather old wall light fixtures. They have frosted glass shades that are tulip shaped and I'm having a devil of a time trying to find replacements. I need four. Dose anyone know of an outlet for something like this. I've tried the internet and the auctions. And although I know that I havn't yet exhausted all my options, I am getting a bit flustrated. Any help would be welcome.
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Re: Old Light Fixtures 04 Dec 2000 10:34 #19549

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Are you trying to replace just the glass or are you trying to replace the entire fixture to match the others? Also let me know what area of the country you are in and I can probably steer you in the right direction.

Greg Borr
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Re: Old Light Fixtures 05 Dec 2000 12:09 #19550

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Hi Greg. We are on the northeastern coast. I don't need the whole fixtures, just the Tulip shaped frosted glass shades. While I have seen frosted glass shades that would fit, I haven't been able to locate the ones that match the ones we have. And I only need four.
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Re: Old Light Fixtures 08 Dec 2000 10:25 #19551

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First stop should be a local lighting gallery, take one of the existing pieces with you and see if they can match or order it for you. There is a company out of New York, Angelo Brothers that will most likely have a near exact replacement. Almost all lighting galleries have access to them and should have one of their catalogs. If they cannot help you they should be able to point you in the right direction, Lowes/Home Depot do carry a limited amount of replacement glass, but it is usually not very decorative.

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Re: Old Light Fixtures 08 Dec 2000 12:32 #19552

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Thanks Greg, I'm going take your advise and look up Angelo Brothers. I don't really care at this point if they match exactly as long as they come close. I'll let you know what happens and thanks again.
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