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Lamp Base for "PYREX C17" Glass Insulators, Industrial Lighting, Man Cave Decor

Lamp Base for "PYREX C17" Glass Insulators, Industrial Lighting, Man Cave Decor

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BYOI - Bring you own insulator.

Introducing the Perfect Blend of Vintage Charm and Modern Elegance!
Illuminate your space with timeless beauty and cutting-edge design with the Contemporary LED Lamp Base from LightAndTimeArt. Elevate your décor to new heights by pairing your cherished vintage glass insulators with our state-of-the-art lamp base.
This attractive, contemporary lamp base fits the following glass insulators:

  • Corning-PYREX CD 128
  • Armstrong CD 128
  • Hemingray CD 128

I🏡 **Transform Your Home** 🏡

Revitalize your living room, bedroom, or office space with the mesmerizing fusion of old-world charm and contemporary brilliance. Watch as your vintage insulators come to life, creating a captivating focal point that will leave your guests in awe.
It embraces a unique, modern, industrial, techno look, perfect for your loft or mid-century eclectic décor.
This gorgeous lamp would also be a great accessory for your Lanai or 4 Season porch. And it makes a great addition to any man cave.
The base light uses a 1.5-watt LED light bulb, available in 4 different LED colors. 
It has a 5 1/2 ' black cord with an in cord on / off switch.


  • I recommend green LEDs for Turquoise (green) and blue LEDs for aqua insulators.
  • The base does not include a LED light bulb. LED light bulbs are available for an extra fee.
  • Available as "base only" or as "base plus PYREX C17 insulator"

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    CD Number



    PLA (plastic)

    Power cord


    Diameter: 2.5 inches

    Height: 1.25 inches


    Power: 110V
    Lamp Base Socket: E12
    Cord: 6ft. Black SPT-1, Cordswitch, and Molded Polarized Plug


    This style was developed for telephone carrier circuits using small steel pins. Initially Corning Pyrex glass was used and later many companies produced this style.
    Corning-Pyrex insulators were manufactured by the Corning Glass Works in Corning, New York, from 1924 through 1951.
    Initial consideration to use glass as an insulator material by Corning is dated as far back as 1913 according to existing records. Pyrex glass was developed in 1915 by Corning and was used for cookware, bakeware, and laboratory glass products. Pyrex is a heat-shock resistant borosilicate glass of 80% silica, 4% alkali, 2% alumina, and 13% boric acid. Trademark Pyrex was registered July 10, 1915, issued July 13, 1917, and patented May 27, 1919, #1,304,623. Corning used Pyrex glass for all of their production of communication, power, and radio insulators.
    The permanent characteristics of the glass sold under the Pyrex trademark met the insulation requirements for high voltage transmission.

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    • Steampunk

      The creative reuse of old vintage glass insulators as Steampunk lamps puts these old design icons back in the hands of people, out of dark basements and attics. The beauty of the steampunk design pieces is their versatility – you can treat them as feature piece or liberally use them throughout any contemporary space.

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