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Source for large drum shade

Posted by gmp3 (My Page) on
Fri, Nov 23, 12 at 11:43

I need a large drum shade...probably 21-22+" for a chandelier I am purchasing (won't know exact size until the chandy arrives). I found Fenchel Shades online, does anyone have experience with them, or are there any other sources anyone would suggest?


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RE: Source for large drum shade

This site has tons of them.

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Here is a link that might be useful: Drum Shades


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RE: Source for large drum shade

Bumping this.

ENMc, I don't see shades as large as I need.


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RE: Source for large drum shade

I asked for help here a while back - also needed a large drum shade but I can't find the thread right now. There were many suggestions for online sources but either they weren't large enough or they were super $$$. I ended up calling a lamp shop about 15 miles from me on the suggestion of a member here and they had what I needed then (a surprising inventory) and a few times since. Unfortunately they do not have an online presence but maybe they could ship if they have what you need. It's a husband/wife business and Bonne (yes spelled that way) is quirky but enormously helpful. I am not affiliated with them in any way other than being a repeat customer so I hope it's ok to put their name and # out there.

The Lamp Outlet 621 Central Rd Des Plaines, IL 60016 847-296-7800


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RE: Source for large drum shade

Thanks DLM, I'll check locally and theb check your source if I'm unsuccessful locally.


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RE: Source for large drum shade

Rest. hardware had lots of drum shades when i was shopping for them a couple of years ago and i know they had big ones... don't remember exact sizes....


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