Lamp Parts

Lamp Parts

Post by Vince Bane » Fri, 17 Oct 1997 04:00:00

I have found many good lamp bases at flee markets or estate sales.
Most of the time they need a little loving care, new wire, and
a new socket.  But, for less than ten bucks, I have built many
a stained glass lamp that ends up looking like it is 50 years

Most of the time, I but lamps just to t=get the spare parts needed
for other project.  Keep looking for lamps of any condition and
begin swapping the parts around.

Otherwise, most hardware stores have the electrical parts needed.


> I'm looking for a supplier for lamp bases or parts to make my own.
> Any help would be appreciated.


Lamp Parts

Post by MikeFir » Sat, 18 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Foster) writes:
> I'm looking for a place to buy lamp bases for my stained glass shades.

   Delphi Stained Glass has 5 pages of lamp bases in their catalog.
1-800-248-2048 1-517-482-2617

    Texas Lamp Manufacturing, Forney Texas,505 E. Highway 80,
972-564-5267, has virtually any part you can imagine for assembling lamps.
They have a catalog and have more parts in small quantities that are not in
the catalog.  
 Mike Firth, Hot Bits furnace glassblowing newsletter

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