We bought this shade knowing that the filigree overlay was missing on one of the panels. We removed the glass panels, made a mold using one of the in-tact panels, filled the mold, let it set, and then shaped it to fit properly into the existing overlay. Then we soldered it in place, color matched to the surrounding metal, and put the glass back in place. So now we are ready to send this good as new table lamp off to live again.
This three-armed gas fixture was in rough shape when it came to us to be restored and electrified. We were able to straighten out all of the bent and twisted arms, and then we converted it to electric, adding fitter rings ready to accept a set of gas shades. Now it is a fully restored ceiling light fixture ready for a new home.