Absolutely, all incandescent vintage bulbs are fully dimmable with all dimmer types.
They give out less light than a standard bulb with the same watt. For example a 60-Watt vintage bulbs has 250-420 lumens, where a standard 60-Watt bulb has 800 lumens.
Yes, just make sure to get the correct base size for your lamp. Standard medium (E26) or the smaller candelabra (E12) base.
Yes, Edison bulbs are incandescent bulbs. LED Edison or LED vintage bulbs are not incandecent.
3,000 hours. Just like the regular incandescent light bulbs.
The letters represent the bulb's shape and the numbers represent the bulb's diameter. Diameter is calculated by multiplying the number by 1/8. For example ST18 is 18 x 0.125 = 2.25". See our Edison bulb shape code article for more information on this.
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Medium E26 is the standard base used in household fixtures and lighting. Candelabra E12 is the smaller bulb base mostly used in chandeliers and some wall sconces.
No, all incandescent vintage bulbs are warm 2000K - 2700K. You will need to look at LED vintage bulbs for white light bulbs.
All of our reproduction Edison and vintage bulbs use tungsten filament. They last longer and can handle more heat.
Yes, all our light bulbs length measurements include the base.
You can use E26 base bulbs in your E27 fixture. If you are using it in the US, you should also use 120 volt bulbs.
Same day or next day depending on the time the order was placed.
Yes, we offer Next Day Air, 2nd Day Air, and 3 Day Express UPS. Cutoff time for expedited shipment is 2:00 PM PST.
Shipping cost is calculated based on your orders total wight, dimension, and shipping location. You can see estimated cost in your shopping cart.
Yes, we have a 30 day return policy.