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Fantastic vintage style trouble light mounted on a custom-built industrial arm base. Features a vintage style bulb cage, reproduction socket with a hand-rubbed antiqued brass finish and flat turn key, beautiful varnished wooden handle, and 9 feet cord of new cloth-wrapped twisted cord with an antique style plug. Cord color show is black.

The top of the bulb cage opens to allow for easy bulb changes. Can be fully closed or left in an open position resembling a blooming flower. Attaches easily via two screws on either side of the collar. A hook on the side of cage allows for hanging.

The lamp is suspended from a custom built industrial style arm. Mounts on the wall or desk. Arm swivels vertically at base joint. Base is made of solid cast iron and steel parts. All arm assemblies that we make will have a vintage valve handle at the joint, but please note the particular valve handle pictured is for display purposes, and your handle with be different—still cool, but different.

Truly a fantastic item. Perfect for your vintage industrial or steampunk décor.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LISTING IS FOR THE FIXTURE ONLY. LIGHT BULBS SOLD SEPARATELY.

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Vintage Industrial Cage Light Sconce - Machine Age Minimalist Pendant Trouble Lamp w/ Mounting Arm

US$132.00
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, brass, cloth cord, steal, coolness
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 286 reviews
  • Favorited by: 229 people