A pair of custom-made lampshades featuring a satin fabric of pink and green plaid that's been pleated along the shade and ruffled along the bottom. The shades have a brass harp-style fitting on the top and measures 6 1/4" across the top, 12" across the bottom, and is 8" high. The maker is unknown and the condition of both is very good.
There are many lamp shade sizes and styles (empire, oval, drum, square) and luckily, there are simple equations and guidelines to ensure that your lamp shade looks correct on your lamp base. First, consider the shape of the lamp. A lamp looks best when matched with a shade that has a similar shape. So, if the base is round, a round lamp shade (empire or drum) is the most appropriate shape. A square or angular base looks great with a square lamp shade, and so on. As for the math: