Gold Mica Uno Lamp Shades are an easy to use neutral option for bridge arm floor lamps. This significant new-color introduction is a gratifying natural mixture of buff, gold and blonde hues featuring subtle mineral patterns. When lit, mica produces a comfortable mottled glow.
Use with Uno Lamp Socket on floor lamps & bridge lamps whereshade hangs down from lamp arm.
Material: Mica: composed of mica flakes laminated together with shellac or resin
Shade panels: Rigid
Shade Frame: Metal, copper-brown, rust resistant
Must be used with uno-threaded socket
For best compatibility, purchase shade & socket together
1" Recessed Fitter
Using UNO Lampshades
Bridge lamps have an arm extending from lamp body to support lighting components and lamp shades. These lamps are produced in both table and floor lamp styles. Lamps where the shade hangs down from the lamp arm use uno lamp shades also known as bridge lampshades.
Bridge lamps which have the shade hanging down are an all time favorite style reading lamp. Many of these lamps can be found inexpensively and retrofitted into a useful lighting source. Use next to a comfortable reading chair or work table for task lighting. Shade and light are easily positioned to direct light to best location. Once you have used a bridge lamp you will never want to be without one. The benefits of these lamps are many:
Lamps are easily moved where light is needed.
On / off switch is at socket for easy access.
Socket swivel enables positioning of uno bridge lamp shades to direct light downward onto the book or surface you are working on.
Uno bridge lamp shades have a threaded center ring, near the top of shade, which screws directly onto uno threaded sockets. Glass uno lampshades require a special glass holder which fits onto socket.
For safety reasons, when retrofitting lamps it is always best to replace the sockets and rewire lamps with approved lamp wire and sockets.
Lamp shades should be selected according to taste. Choose a shade to suit your style.
Floor lamp shades are available in: Linen, silk, mica and parchment styles.