Asked on Jun 23, 2014

Replacing glass pendant light shades

Hi I am trying to replace the glass shades on my pendant lights and am having a hard time figuring out what size I need to buy. The website I have found that has the shade I want says the opening and the fitter are 3/4" the one I have has a larger hole than that but it also has a ring that fits under the shade and screws onto the pendant that is about that size.
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  • Z Z on Jun 24, 2014
    Here's great information on how to measure for replacement glass globes. Make sure to watch the video on this link. http://lampglass.nu/measure.html

  • Carol Carol on Sep 23, 2014
    I converted my can lights in my kitchen to pendant lights, but after living with the glass shades for awhile, I decided that due to their shape, they do not give off enough light, so I am going to try another idea I saw on another site, and use small colanders - was hoping that video would help me figure out what size hole I need to cut in the bottoms of the colanders. I will be using the existing plastic fitters that screw into the pendant to give the bulb a place to screw into. Guess I will wait until I take one down and then measure and do my cutting.

  • Susan Knust Susan Knust on Jun 04, 2018
    I removed the shade and socket collar when changing the bulb in my pendant light; now I can't get the shade ring to line up and tighten. Any ideas?