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Edison Filament Light Bulb

SKU#  478794
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Why We Love It

Inspired by vintage light bulbs, our ultra-versatile Edison Filament Light Bulb creates a unique ambient glow that's unparalleled by common incandescent bulbs. Use it with any of our mix-and-match lamp bases for a stunning look full of romance, or hang it from the ceiling with one of our Electrical Cord Swag Kits to create a modern exposed bulb pendant lamp.

Details & Dimensions

  • 40-Watt tungsten filament bulb
  • Due to the production process variations will occur in the glass color
  • Use with any World Market mix-and-match lamp base or our Electrical Cord Swag Kit, sold separately
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  • World Market exclusive
2"Dia. x 4.75"H, .09 lb.

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The Story Behind It

The Edison Light Bulb: The Lasting Endurance of Design

In 1879, Thomas Edison invented the carbon-based filament light bulb, which could burn brightly for up to 13.5 hours. Later swapping carbon-based filament for enduring tungsten filament, he created the commercial incandescent light bulb, which could burn for over 1,200 hours. By 1883, Edison's company, General Electric, pioneered the first overhead electrical lighting system that would eventually bring electricity to street lamps.

Like other inventors of his time, Edison created a number of light bulb shapes and tweaked their brightness levels according to each task-specific need from the brilliant lighting needed for a living room space to the softer ambiance desired for a desktop. Incandescent light bulbs remain present in households today. Known for their vintage-inspired, one-of-a-kind glow, they shine beautifully when exposed on pendant, floor or table lamps.