Make sure your lamp shades stay firmly in place by using the right lamp harps to secure them. This hardware attaches directly to the lamp pole; the saddle goes underneath the lamp socket while the threaded harp frame itself extends upwards above the bulb. This assembly is what the internal spider fitting in your shade then attaches to. For just a few dollars, you can get a lamp harp that is often even better than the one that camp with your fixture. Our Satco Lighting harps will meet your needs for any floor or table lamp that needs a new attachment point.
We carry both light-duty and heavy-duty lamp harps in several sizes. The regular duty lamp harps work well for fabric shades while the heavy-duty models are recommended for metal, glass and other weightier shade materials. Most of our harps have a 1/4-27 thread, which is by far the most common size for lamps in North America. Quickly replace a broken harp with one of our new lamp harps for sale that is easy to install. You can also raise or lower the shade for aesthetic purposes by getting a larger or smaller harp to raise the shade. You might also change the harp size if you bought a cool-looking shade that doesn't actually fit the lamp it's supposed to go on.
Lamp harp replacements from Destination Lighting are the quickest way to repair your lamp shade attachment, convert to a spider assembly fitting or make a new shade fit the light. By choosing between a brass lamp harp or a polished nickel finish, you can give the lamp an additional classic or contemporary accent. Learn more about the role this frame assembly plays for your lighting in the Comprehensive Guide to Lamp Shades article on our Flip the Switch blog. We also have expert customer service by phone and email seven days a week.