Painted Bulbs for 1920s and 1930s Lighting
In the 1920s and 30s shaded light was the style, and bulb companies began finding ways to soften the light instead of having clear glass around a bare filament. GE introduced painted bulbs as part of their "Mazda" bulb line to give bare bulbs in fixtures some color, and make them fixture look great even when off. We've reproduced 2 of those bulbs in two colors, amber and gold and in similar size and wattage to the originals.
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