This lens is often called the corncob lens because of the shape and the kernel pattern molded inside. It was used in the late 1940s and early 1950s on Vagabonds, Westcrafts and other trailers. Because they were made of glass, they were fragile. When water accumulated inside the lens and froze, the glass would often crack. Our reproduction lens is just like the original with one important difference: The original was made of clear glass and then spray painted yellow. Ours is made of clear plastic and then spray painted yellow. Because it is plastic, it is less likely to break than the originals. Like the original, we've cast TEO. BARGMAN DETROIT MICH. in the lens. Approximately 2.25" wide and 3.75" high. This is a lens only. The fixtures are not available.