Each bulb illuminates with a warm yellow glow, filling any space with the utilitarian ambiance reminiscent of the original tungsten filament bulbs of the 20th century, maintaining a longer lifespan than today’s typical household bulb.
Brooke Blogs is really excited to share the Vintage Edison Lights Giveaway from PaulaMS’ Giveaways, Reviews, & Freebies. I love old-fashioned decor, and these Edison Lights are beautiful. They would look so pretty in a restoration piece. Where would you like to use these lights if you won the Vintage Edison Lights Giveaway?
These are some of the most mesmerizing lights I’ve owned. If you are looking for a way to make a statement these are the bulbs to do it. Just add them to any fixture that the bulb is visible and you have instant WOW! The glass that these bulbs are made out of is substantially thicker than that of a regular bulb. These would look great in your sconces by the front door or beside a mirror. My Mom loved them and informed me that she has a Tiffany style hanging light that she wants me to put some in for her. I am very pleased with the quality of these well made bulbs.
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Hosted By: PaulaMS’ Giveaways, Reviews, & Freebies
Co-Hosted By: Deliciously Savvy
Sponsored By: Dealighting
Dates: June 27th – July 19th
Prize: 6 Dealighting Dimmable 1910 Edison Incandescent Light Bulbs
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What wonderful bulbs! They look so much more interesting that the standard bulbs used so often today