Flickering Edison Bulb Table Lamp

This Edison Bulb has an oscillating carbon filament that swings rapidly from side-to-side within the glass envelope. The light bobs and weaves wildly, evoking a brightly burning gas flame. Carbon-filament light bulbs debuted in the 1890s and lit the way until 1912, when bright and powerful tungsten-filament bulbs transformed the industry.


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