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  • About Us

    Welcome to Nostalgic Bulbs, where vintage lighting dreams come true! Back in 2012, armed with just five bulb types and a truckload of passion, we launched our website with a mission: to become the reigning online hotspot for Vintage Edison style light bulbs. Fast forward a decade, and voila! We now offer over 1200 items, making us one of the top dogs in the nostalgic Edison light bulb realm. Consider us the Jedi Masters of vintage bulbs—knowledgeable, experienced, and ready to shed some light on your life!

    Sourcing those retro treasures, complete with cloth covered cords and hipster-approved pendants, is our idea of a thrilling scavenger hunt. We're like kids in a candy store, constantly on the lookout for new styles, designs, and innovations. Have you heard about the LED filament technology? It's the cool new kid on the vintage bulb block, and we're all over it. We get to do what we love, and that's precisely why we're darn good at it.

    But hey, it's not just about the bulbs. We take pride in delivering world-class customer service and offering high-quality products. We want you to come back, not just for the bulbs but for the whole nostalgic experience. And if you leave our store with a smile on your face, ready to spread the word to your pals, well, that's the sweetest victory we can ask for.

    We live by our favorite quote, because hey, life is all about seizing those seemingly impossible situations and turning them into golden opportunities. Join us on this illuminating journey, where the past meets the present in a flicker of brilliance. Nostalgic Bulbs—lighting up your world, one vintage bulb at a time!


    Thomas Edison

    If it weren't for him we'd all be watching TV in the dark

    Thomas Edison