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#73028 - 12/15/06 09:43 AM Porcelain Light Fixtures
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Loc: Accokeek, MD
I have 4 old-style green porcelain lamp shades, 18" diameter. They are missing the screw-on piece at the top to which the bulb is installed and from which a conduit hanger is attached. The diameter of these threads is approximately 2 3/4". I'm looking for a source for these parts. Thanks for any help!!

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#73029 - 12/15/06 08:32 PM Re: Porcelain Light Fixtures
Helectric Offline
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Registered: 01/07/05
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Loc: Brandon, SD
I've seen some that are similat to what you're describing and I'm not sure if I remember right but it seems like they were made by crouse hinds. Hope this helps and that I'm not steering you in the wrong direction.

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#73030 - 12/17/06 05:06 PM Re: Porcelain Light Fixtures
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CF, are these what you're talking about? http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...bayphotohosting
IF so do some more searching on e-bay. I saw some others there for a little more money. After some reflection I now think that they were made by GE or Westinghouse, not Crouse Hinds.

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#73031 - 12/17/06 06:54 PM Re: Porcelain Light Fixtures
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Registered: 03/31/04
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I have four of those myself, exactly like the ones on ebay. They screw perfectly into a vapor proof fixture base, but I too would like to find the original type parts.

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#73032 - 12/24/06 11:09 AM Re: Porcelain Light Fixtures
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FWIW the Applebees resteraunt here uses a similar fixture so someone is still making them so if you're interested in new they're still available.

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