Victorian parlor or library lamps were the most common source of lighting in homes in the late 1800's to the early 1900's. Such lamps are mainly comprised of a brass frame, 14"
glass shade, and a matching glass or brass oil font, accented by spear prisms. They are called
library or parlor lamps because of the location in which they hung in homes of
the Victorian era. Shades are determined by their bottom (B) measurement of 14".
Shades with Matching Fonts
Shades have a 14” bottom x 61/8” top x 7” height which is standard for all such shades