lamps. Thursday , August 24th , 2017 - 19:20:38 PM
The 50s were considered the prime time of swag lamps, but they didn't get their top popularity until the 70s. Basically, there was almost no kitchen or house corner without one or more swag lamps hanging over. When plastic became part of all industrial manufacturing sectors, it is easy to understand why swag lamps were both easy to produce and maintain, and plastic was the major primary matter they have been made of ever since. The name of "swag lamps" comes from the hanging technique by means of two hooks with a "swag" in between. This model came to replace other popular kinds of lighting systems that were used in mid 20th century.
Remove the plug of your plug in hanging lamp once in a while and assess the socket if the wires and connections are good. The continuity of the cord should be flawless. Apply duct tape as needed and non-corrosive grease on all junctions, terminals and plugs to prevent corrosions.
Cut the mica sheets into the desired measurement. Slip it into the metal lampshade or fit into desired areas. Hold mica sheets in place with glue or tape or if you have tabs at the back of the fold, fold them in to hold the sheet in place. Mica lamp shades can be designed by using circular or square or even rectangular shaped rims.
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