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Bases, Breaks, Cylinders

Our wide selection of parts and components includes functional and attractive lamp bases, breaks, loaders, and connectors. Each of these parts serves a unique function for your table or floor lamp. We specialize in early-style lamp bases made from beautiful cast brass, but we also offer products made from wood, marble, and other materials.

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Lamp bases serve a clear purpose: to provide a stable foundation for floor lamps and table lamps. This uncomplicated component is available in many attractive variations, most of them crafted from cast brass. This material in particular is well suited for vintage and antique projects that have an old-style charm. The shapes, finishes, and designs available reflect this classic antique style.

Other materials are also available in addition to brass, and we have a lamp base available in many different shapes. Materials include wood, which is available in a variety of finishes, and a combination of marble and brass. Circles, squares, and footed styles are only a few of the shapes available. Breaks are another functional part that is also attractive.

Breaks allow you to connect the base to the tubing or column of your fixture. We offer several beautiful breaks made of materials such as marble and onyx. These components are available in both round and square shapes. Connectors are similar to breaks, but they are generally used to connect metal bases to glass fonts, such as those found on a kerosene fixture.

We offer several different sizes of brass connector, suitable for a variety of projects. All of these products are made from spun brass that has been polished and lacquered. Finally, we have a great selection of loaders, which are used to provide extra weight at the base of a fixture.

Our loaders are made from cast iron, and they weigh up to five pounds. These will prevent an unstable fixture from tipping over during normal use. When using a loader, you may need to use a longer central pipe on your fixture.

All of these components will make your floor and table-top fixtures look great, and they will also make these fixtures more stable.