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suppliers? solid brass electric lamp parts

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Anne Webb on tue 5 oct 04


I was wondering if someone could direct me to a supplier of solid brass
electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone else
out there that you can think of?
thanks..anne

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Cynthia Bracker on wed 6 oct 04


You might check with Aftosa. I didn't see specifically solid brass lamp
parts, but if they don't have them, they would probably know where to
direct you. They're website is
http://store.yahoo.com/aftosa-test/chlapa.html phone number is (800)
231-0397 (Pacific time zone) Good luck!
Cindy Bracker

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> I was wondering if someone could direct me to a supplier of solid brass
> electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone else
> out there that you can think of?
> thanks..anne
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Karen Hickson on wed 6 oct 04


Anne:
http://www.grandbrass.com/
http://www.oldhouseweb.com/suppliers_of/11190_Lamp_Parts_.shtml

Hope this helps .

Karen Hickson
Gainesville, FL




Anne Webb wrote:

> I was wondering if someone could direct me to a supplier of solid brass
> electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone else
> out there that you can think of?
> thanks..anne
>
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David Hendley on wed 6 oct 04


Anne, Westinghouse Lighting has lamp parts in solid brass for most items,
such as vase caps, finials, socket covers, necks, and spindles. The one
thing
they do not have in solid brass (brass plated only) is harps.

This is a huge wholesale company with several warehouses throughout the
country. (They changed their name from Angelo Brothers Company last
year.)
So, don't expect to be treated like a retail customer. Before you can order
you will have to supply them with proof that you operate a business, and
you must pre-pay your order (unless you apply for an account with trade
references). The minimum re-order amount is $75 - I can't remember if
the initial order minimum is higher.

When your account is set up they will send you hundreds of pages
of catalogs, including at least 100 pages of lamp parts and 100
pages of light bulbs. I have been buying from them for 25 years.

http://www.westinghouselighting.com/

David Hendley
david@farmpots.com
http://www.farmpots.com




----- Original Message -----
> I was wondering if someone could direct me to a supplier of solid brass
> electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone else
> out there that you can think of?
> thanks..anne

Jennifer Boyer on wed 6 oct 04


My list:
http://wndesherbinin.com/
http://kirkslane.com
Midwest Lamp Parts 773-539-0628

On Oct 5, 2004, at 3:27 PM, Anne Webb wrote:

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> electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone =20=

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> thanks..anne
>
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Thistle Hill Pottery
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Kathi LeSueur on wed 6 oct 04


webbpots@HOTMAIL.COM wrote:

> I was wondering if someone could direct me to a supplier of solid brass
> electric lamp parts in the US. I know of Kirks Lane. is there anyone else
> out there that you can think of?
> thanks..anne
>
> _________________________________________________________________
>
Midwest Lamp Parts Co. in Chicago.

Kathi