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Lampshade

Used to mute the direct glare of a bulb. Fabric shades are stretched over a metal wire frame. Clip-on lampshades attach directly onto the bulb where harps are not available.
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AM Industries is a manufacturer and marketer of lampshades, waste baskets and tissue boxes.
It's difficult to find the right lampshade to go with my lamp.
We're looking at this as something that's reinventing lampshades for the 21st century," he said.
She said: "Instead of buying a new lampshade, it's just as easy to spruce your old one up.
uk) - this time in the creation of some very funky lampshades.
But lots of stores are selling new products in similar styles - like the Foto lampshade, shown here in black, pounds 21.
The lampshades in the corner and bookends on the shelf aren't your ordinary furniture.
These antique-finished castings mounted on wood bases feature Mario's exclusive silhouette style lampshades made of mica stone.
The (ceiling) fan was really going to town, and the lampshades were swaying from side to side.
complained guests when they discovered dinner was totally vegetarian, but they oohed and aahed over the cool centerpieces that looked like peach-tree branches topped with tiny leopard-print lampshades with low-rider pompon fringe.
There's also an orange glow cast from each of the clever wooden lampshades affixed to the walls and strategically located around the interior.
The new division, Emess Lampshades, is targeting specialty lighting stores with imported and domestic products retailing from $5.