Here we have, a very nice, Depression Glass hanging lamp shade in the Columbia pattern. It was made by Federal Glass Co., and dates to 1938-42. Great condition, with only the three holes for hanging having some interior roughness from the holes being drilled out. These aren't listed in the Depression glass books in this shape, but it is that pattern. Satin pink exterior, which I think is fired on enamel, but not really sure. No flaking, so it could be the glass color. The interior is smooth and shiny. The pattern consists of ribs, and dots, and rings around the top, with a flower in the center. It measures 4 1/4" high, and is 11" wide. Hung from the fixture with three chains that went through the holes. Great early lamp shade, to either use, or to add to a collection!!
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