Vintage Farmhouse Wood Handle Caged Trouble Light Pendant ( Brown )

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  • Regular price $110.00

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Vintage Industrial style Caged Trouble light. Wood Handle, vintage style paddle switch light socket and metal light cage. Trouble lights are the hottest and the most in demand light at the moment. Comes with Vintage style cloth wire.

Looks great as a pendant or simply sit on a table for decoration or use as a handheld light just like they were used for in the early 1900′s. Or you can group multiple together and hang them to give a really cool vintage look.

Comes with a ceiling canopy for hardwiring or you can have it come with a wall plug to plug into the wall, please select ceiling plate finish or wall plug when adding to cart. For extra wire length it will be $1 dollar per foot extra wire.

Light with handle measures 12 in. Long.

Comes with 5 feet of Vintage style cloth covered wire ( adjustable )

Brown matte stained handle ( for different color handle or to have it gloss please let us know )

*bulb sold separately

Pictured with antique brass hardware ( socket / fitter ) ( you can select polished nickel hardware, black or raw brass when adding to cart, polished and black sockets have round turnkey instead of flat ) 

*I can customize this in any other way you might need just contact me, I can also make as many as you need. Bulbs not included
*All components used are UL listed ( components all ul listed but not ul listed as whole fixtures )


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  • I purchased this light a couple years ago and the switch no longer operates. It turns/clicks fine but does not turn the light on/off. Is it possible to get replacement component(s)

    Hi, sorry I just saw your message it went to the spam folder. Can you email me your name and email so I can lookup your order and let me know how many you need. I will of course send you a replacement component to fix the problem. Also sometimes the problem as long as the fixture is getting power is the little metal tab inside the socket where the bulb screws into just gets pushed in too much and the bulb isnt making contact so it wont turn on or off. Just make sure there is no power on when testing that. you can email me your info to : So sorry this took so long to get back to you.