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Exactly the same as our other trouble lights listed except we decided to produce an economy trouble light that uses a more affordable cage and socket, we are still selling our premium trouble lights too.
Comes with antique brass socket and brass cage, vintage style cotton covered dark brown wire and brushed brass ceiling canopy.

Looks great as a pendant or simply sit on a table for decoration or use as a handheld light just like they were used for in the early 1900′s. Or you can group multiple together and hang them to give a really cool vintage look.

*Comes with a ceiling canopy for hardwiring or you can have it come with a wall plug to plug into the wall, please make a note at checkout if you want a wall plug.

Light with handle measures 12 in. Long.

Comes with 5 feet of Vintage style cloth covered wire ( adjustable ) For longer wire I charge $1 dollar per foot for extra wire, please contact me and I can make a custom listing for you.

Brown matte stained handle ( for different color handle or to have it gloss please let us know )

*bulb sold separately

* you can also customize any part of this item , just let me know what you want changed

*If you need more quantity then is available please message me, I can make as many as you need.

Vintage Farmhouse Wood Handle Economy Caged Trouble Light Pendant ( Brown / Antique Brass )

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cloth cord, brass socket, light bulb, wire, cage, wood handle
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 162 reviews
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