Art Deco lampshade from the 1930s made of thick clear glass. Tight decoration of outwardly running lines alternated with a thickening in the glass on which glass half balls are attached that run from large to small.
These types of lampshades are beautiful on a standing table lamp, but this is also not out of place on a rod with fitting to the side. You can also simply hang them on a cord above the table or bar.
The lampshades show normal signs of wear.
The fitting opening is very small.