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Vintage!If you love seaglass or colored glass bottles, you'll love vintage telegraph insulators. Glass and ceramic insulators were originally manufactured in the 1800s to protect telegraph lines and secure them to poles, and then later used for telephone and power lines. The bulbous fixtures come in a variety of shapes and sizes, a wide spectrum of colors from deep amber to ocean blue, and a range of textures such as bubbly, frosted, clear and swirly.
Glass insulators were first produced in the 1850s for telegraph lines, then for telephone and power lines. Long since outmoded, we found a company that repurposes them as evocative pendant lights. ++ More information at Railroadware website !
Stunning demijohn glass pendant lights in this amazing farmhouse style kitchen. eclecticallyvinta...
Vintage Charm - architectual salvage yards are great suppliers of vintage tubs, sinks, countertops, flooring, benches and unique accents