Without glass insulators, it is questionable whether the industrial revolution would have been possible. A frequently overlooked part of this crucial period of time, insulators were used with telegraph lines, telephone lines, and electric power lines. Today's telecommunication industry would undoubtedly not be the same if these had never been invented. These were produced by the millions until the 1970s, when modern technology deemed them useless. Now considered collectible items, they are again found useful in this sconce light.
Made from your choice of either blue or clear insulators, this part has been carefully cleaned, polished, drilled, and installed as part of this interesting light fixture. A reclaimed rail anchor provides the base. This product comes ready to hang with 2 high-intensity 120v 40w incandescent bulbs, mounting hardware, and instructions.
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
Additional Product Information
|Upcycled Material(s):||Glass, Metal, Railroad Parts|
|Country of Origin:||USA|