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The options are limitless when it comes to Bulbrite's Nostalgic Collection. These handcrafted, vintage bulbs are the perfect complement to any antique or contemporary decor. Inspired by Thomas Edison's original creation, the Nostalgic Collection offers unparalleled aesthetic appeal with an antique finish, defined steeple and intricate filament design.
This 40-watt Edison T14 Tubular light bulb with vintage spiral filament is great for chandeliers, sconces, and outdoor lighting. It fits into medium (E26) bases, lights up to a brightness of 135 lumens, and has a typical bulb life of 3,000 hours.
The Spiral series elaborately winds the filament around the length of the bulb, providing an elegant and detailed look to any fixture.
Styled with the vacuum tube of vintage radios in mind, the Nostalgic Collection tube lights are the perfect squat shape to complement vintage and modern pendants.
Leaving no detail untouched, the Nostalgic Collection is crafted with an antique hued glass reminiscent of early glass production providing an authentic vintage feel.
Bulbrite is a leading manufacturer and supplier of innovative light source solutions. Founded over 40 years ago, Bulbrite is a family owned business renowned for its commitment to innovation, education and service.
Single Bulbrite NOS40T14 40-watt Edison T14 Tubular light bulb with vintage spiral filament
I love these light bulbs. They are so steampunk. Just really stylish bulbs. Perfect for any clear glass light shade. Adds flair to any decor. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maggie
Put one in each lantern next to my fireplace.
Perfect updated the looks of my dated lanterns.
Would be great if these could be both decorative and functional. Just doesn't put out enough light. Even in a completely glass fixture that has an open bottom.Published 2 months ago by marmstro
I was hoping this would be dimmer to provide creepy lighting for a Halloween party but it seemed almost as bright as a regular bulb. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lauren Masterson