Note: Are you sure you need a "Chimney." Many people confuse a Lantern's Globe with a Lamp's Chimney. The easiest way to tell them apart is most chimneys are not held in place by the fixture both top and bottom, while a Lantern's Globe is held both top and bottom, and if you need help finding on of those, Click Here.
On the left is a Lantern with a Globe, held at both top and bottom.
On the Right shows a Lamp where the burner is the only part holding the Chimney in Place. On this page we will help you find the chimney you need.
Below is a list of Links that make it easy to find the chimney you need. Our Product Code is Logical, and follows a simple rule.
First number is how many 16ths of inch wide the bottom of the chimney is.
The second attribute is the name of the style of chimney.
The last attribute is the height of the Chimney. 1200 is 12", 1050 is 10 1/2", 6875 is 6 7/8" etc.
There may also be a "-C" or "-F" following the code to state Clear or Frosted Glass.
If your burner is solid brass and has an odd set screw that appears to hold the chimney, look for Lip Style Chimneys