Filament Bulbs

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Filament light bulbs, sometimes referred to as Edison light bulbsantique light bulbs, and vintage light bulbs, refer to modern bulbs reproducing the appearance of carbon or early tungsten-filament incandescent lamps.

Most of these bulbs are reproductions of the wound filament bulbs made popular by Edison Electric Light Company at the turn of the 20th century.

They are easily identified by the long and complicated construction of their internal filaments, sometimes spiralled, or strung over multiple filament support wires.

They emit a very warm-yellow glow with a colour temperature between 2200K and 2400K.

These bulbs are usually selected more for their decorative appearance than their light output.

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