There is no better way to spruce up an old lamp than to update the shade and lamp shade finial. Add a lamp topper, the perfect finishing touch to your favorite lamp.
Our collection of finial and harps make it easy to find a high-quality and beautiful finial to customize your home. There are carefully designed solid wood finials turned and carved as well as antique or brass finals.
Lamp Shade Finials
A Decorative Lampshade finial helps express individuality. Find pineapples, birds, or Geometric and rustic finials. LampsUSA stocks an endless variety of these designer harp finials.
Vintage Lamp Finials
Choose a vintage finial with an antique finish to accent the lamp’s classical nature. Your classic lamp will look authentic with a traditional finial.
Crystal Lamp Finials
Crystal finials come in a variety of different shapes and add an glamorous elegance to your home. No one can resist the allure of a crystal lamp topper. Find the perfect design and material for you. Our crystal finials come in a variety of materials including exclusive Stepanov Crystal and acrylic finials for every season or occasion.
Brass finials are very popular since they match classic lamp bases. Brass finials are made in dozens of shapes. Polished brass, antique brass, polished nickel and gold are the most popular metal finials.
Christmas Lamp Finials
Add a little seasonal pizzazz to your lamp with a Christmas lamp finial
. Whether you are looking for a snowman, snowflake, Xmas tree or ornament finial to dress up your lamp for a special occasion, we have the lampshade accessory for you.
Lamp Finial Thread Size
Wondering if your new finial will fit your lamp? 90% of lamp finials fit a standard harp, whose threads are 1/4"-27 (which means the harp threads measure 1/4" diameter and have 27 threads per inch) LampsUSA sells ONLY standard 1/4-27" finials, so you know it will fit if you have a standard harp. Some older lamps have harp connections that use a threaded pipe measuring 3/8" outside diameter (this is the same as the "threaded pipe" used in many electrical connections and it is commonly called 1/8"-IP thread
). If your lamp has this wider pipe, then you will need a reducer
if you want to use a standard finial.