Industrial Bare Bulb Caged Light Ceiling Flush Mount - Wall Sconce

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Very sleek and industrial feel to this light, You can use this as either a flush mount ceiling light or mount it sideways and use as a wall sconce.
Steel wire cage clamped to porcelain socket mounted directly to canopy. (pictured raw brass )

Measures 5" Wide by 8" Tall
*bulb sold separately
*You can select a different finish canopy when adding to cart

Pictured with white porcelain socket but can also be made with black porcelain socket ( select when adding to cart)

(cage finish remains silver steel no matter what other finishes you select)

Socket has max rating of 250 Volts so it will work anywhere in the world.

*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 love your fixtures! Regarding the industrial bare bulb caged light, can the cage finish be matched with canopy finish, a polished nickel cage with polished nickel canopy? If not what color is the cage,, raw steel? Or what color would match closest to the cage color? Can these fixtures be mounted directly on dry wall with 4” standard blue plastic electrical box? I need 4 fixtures, ideally I’d like the metal to match. Thank you. I love your fixtures!!

    Hi, yes they are made to be hardwired to a standard light box. The finish of the cage does not change only the finish of the plate.
    the cage is a galvanized steel. It matches best with the raw steel or the brushed steel plate. Can you email me your email address and I'll send you close up pics of the finishes next to the cage. You can email me at junkyardlighting@gmail.com.
    I do have different style cages too in other finishes but wasn't sure if you liked this style only. I can send you pics of the other cages I have too.

  • What watt bulb would I use?

    I recommend 75 watt max but this fixture uses a high heat porcelain socket so rated for higher . You can use any kind of bulb ( incandescent, cfl, led, Edison )