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When Daniel Marc Erenberg introduced his new collection of industrial wire glass lighting it was met with rave reviews. Our Frank Lloyd Wright inspired pendent sold out with in a few weeks. The unique 9″ square pendent lamp featured a clear antique pebbled factory glass contrasted by a blackened iron frame. We are about to offer this popular lamp using a rare blue antique wire glass. Only 12 are being produced… reserve them now! It also pairs perfectly with our 5.5″ x 13″ floating sconce that features the the same rare glass. The esthetic fits perfectly as a needed transition between industrial and modern styles. Pendent lamp… $550 ea. Sconce… $350

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EarlyElectrics has one of the largest collections of antique workman’s cage lamps in stock. Still, that’s not enough. When architects and designers specify quantities of matching lamps, antiques are usually not possible. After many requests we have designed and produced a line of 4 unique cage lamps and 4 cage lamp sconces. These lamps are not just reproductions, but original designs that are heavier in construction and a bit larger than those early examples. The designs measure from 12.5″ to 15″ long. The handles are turned in hardwoods that include Cherry and Ash. All are hand assembled and special care is taken with each to produce their weathered patina.


If you are fortunate enough to attend the celebrated “Outside Lands 2010” event August 14-15 in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park… Check out the Wine Lands tent. It’s now illuminated with over 100 of our new cage lamp pendents.


EarlyElectrics has one of the largest “for sale” collections of antique industrial lighting online. Also as Eren Berg Studios we design and custom manufacture lighting to order for architects and interior designers. Pictured above illustrates how we go from an original concept drawing to a finished product. It’s the newest addition to our collection of high quality industrial cage lamps. Measuring an impressive 13.5″ long, they are unique in their 1/8″ thick iron cage construction, heavy turned cherry wood handles and porcelain sockets. As usual, special care is taken producing an aged patina. Also take a look at our antique trouble lights… We carry one of the largest and diverse collections you can find.

From a recent new York Times story… “If there is one color that deserves extra attention in 2010, it is turquoise – at least according to Pantone. The company has declared it the color of the year, citing its serene yet invigorating qualities.” Who would have known? These unique and beautiful sconces with their rare antique turquoise industrial wire glass would be over 75 years old and so in vogue at the same time. There are 6 – 5.5″ x 13″ floating sconces featuring a blacked iron frame and porcelain socket. The lamps are priced individually. Sconce $350 ea.


EarlyElectrics is already known for having one of the largest and most diverse collections of antique one-of-a-kind cage lamps for sale. As Eren Berg Studios we also design, manufacture and custom build new lighting to order for architects and interior designers. Pictured above is the first in our collection of high quality Trouble Cage Lamps. Measuring an impressive 15″ long, they are unique in their 1/8″ thick iron cage construction, heavy turned wood handles and porcelain sockets. As usual, special care is taken producing it’s aged patina. (Photo inset) We also have a lighter more traditional design trouble lamp. Both of these lamps are in stock now with 50 examples of each for immediate delivery


Eren Berg Studios Introduces It’s New Collection Of Industrial Wire Glass Lighting. This is a sneak peek at Daniel Marc Erenberg’s latest work. The unique 9″ square pendent lamp features a clear antique pebbled factory glass contrasted by a blackened iron frame. The 5.5″ x 13″ floating sconce was designed using a rare blue antique wire glass and blacked iron. I’ve been told that it has a Frank Lloyd Wright look to it. The esthetic fits perfectly as a needed transition between industrial and modern styles. Pendent lamp… $550 ea.

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Eren Berg Studios has just created a unique industrial pendant lamp. The patina is antiqued iron and was inspired by the Steampunk design movement. The detailed skeletal Saturn-like disc floats around an Edison bulb with a brass and porcelain socket. It takes the early bare bulb lamp esthetic to a new level. This was an interesting design experiment and extremely limited run. There will only be 12 examples of these impressive 14″ diameter lamps. All are signed by the studio with a small pinned brass plaque. … $400 each

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EarlyElectrics sells and restores antique lighting… but there’s more! As Eren Berg Studios we also design and manufacture a single custom lamp or a new line of lighting for a company. Last year we produced The Glasgow Collection consisting of 12 new designs for DK Living. All the lamps in this line were made from recycled materials and assemble with no hardware. They were inexpensive, deliver flat and simple to assemble. Perfect for dorm rooms. The packaging was also our design. Contact us at info@earlyelectrics.com we’re always looking for interesting new projects.

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You may already know that we sell and restore antique industrial lighting. We can also custom design and manufacture a single lamp as well as large quantities. The edgy skeletal table lamps pictured above are not for sale here. They are one of our original designs manufactured exclusively for a well known West Coast shop and exemplifies some of the unique work we do. Contact us at info@earlyelectrics.com we’re always looking for interesting new projects.

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We have a warehouse full of parts. I’ve always tried to keep that inventory fresh in my mind when shopping flea markets. Sometimes I’m lucky enough to find the rare original missing part to an early lamp. Then there are times when completely different items fit together as if they were made for each other. This High Tension Light is just that! We had a small number of perfect 17″ diameter porcelain shades put away and then I found these 4 large brass, ceramic and aluminum insulators. They were the perfect marriage but not an easy one. Our machine shop wore out 6 drill bits just getting through the heavy solid ceramic core. It was worth the effort… Their unique look, finish and impressive size make them a real standout. SOLD

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