These lamps were blown by the Alfredo Barbini glass house in the 1950s. The color is a very rare Peach Berry. Because of the Opaline in the glass, at times of direct light these become an awesome Salmon Orange (look at image 8, which was taken outdoors).
Two pieces of heavily ribbed opaline glass with controlled bubbles are cinched at the waist, separated by brass wafers. A simple lucite base allow the glass to be the standout. Solid brass hardware.
The lamps measure 29" from table top to socket top. As shown, the top of shade s 35 inches high. Lampshades are for display only and not available for sale.