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Heavy Turned Brass, Brass Knob Premium Lamp Sockets

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Heavy Turned Brass, Brass Knob Premium Lamp Sockets

Heavy Turned Brass, Brass Knob Premium Lamp Sockets
Brand B&P Lamp Supply

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
48243 - 3-Way, Heavy Turned Brass Lamp Socket w/Brass Knob, Polished & Lacquered Finish
$18.22
48244 - On-Off, Heavy Turned Brass Lamp Socket w/Brass Knob, Polished & Lacquered Finish
$19.73
48243N - 3-Way, Heavy Turned Brass Socket w/Brass Knob, NICKEL Plated Finish
$20.29
48244N - On-Off, Heavy Turned Brass Socket w/Brass Knob, NICKEL Plated Finish
$20.92
48242 - On-Off, Heavy Turned Brass Lamp Socket w/Brass Knob, Brass, Polished & Lacq. Finish, UNO Thread
$20.92
48240 - 3-Way, Heavy Turned Brass Lamp Socket w/Brass Knob, Brass, Polished & Lacquered Finish, UNO Thread
$21.07
48240N - 3-Way, Heavy Turned Brass Lamp Socket w/Brass Knob, NICKEL Plated Finish, UNO Thread
$21.07
48242N - On-Off, Heavy Turned Brass Socket w/Brass Knob, NICKEL Plated Finish, UNO thread shell
$21.29
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Description

These high quality, U.L. listed lamp holders are specially designed for use in the manufacture and restoration of fine table and floor lamp lighting. Each style comes with a threaded cap and shell for superior strength and beauty. These are the lamp sockets of choice when mounting UNO fitter style lamp shades to bridge arm floor lamps. Large solid brass turn knob style switch with on/off or 3-way interior and UNO thread or plain style shell. Your choice of finish: Polished Brass or Nickel Plated.

Your Choice of:
- Metal Finish (click on picture below for finish options)
- Switch Function
- UNO Thread or No UNO thread shell

Also available in Antique Brass and Antique Bronze.

Warning:

Caution: Electrical Hazard!

Important! You must remember that before you attempt to fit, replace, or remove any of the parts on an electric lamp or fixture you must always disconnect or unplug the lamp or fixture from any source of electricity before you begin. Simply turning the lamp "off" will not protect you from an electrical shock.

If you are not sure how to safely disconnect your lamp or fixture from its electrical source, you should contact a licensed electrician or your local power company for further instructions.

Legal Note:

California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 Warning.

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