Edison Bulbs

Edison bulbs are a type of incandescent light bulb named after the inventor Thomas Edison,
who developed the first commercially practical incandescent light bulb in the late 19th century.
These bulbs are characterized by their filament,
which is made of carbonized bamboo or other materials and glows when an electric current is passed through it, producing a warm, orange-yellow light.

In recent years, there has been a resurgence of interest in Edison bulbs,
due to their vintage aesthetic and unique appearance.

They are often used in decorative lighting fixtures, such as pendant lights or chandeliers,
to create a nostalgic or industrial atmosphere.However, it is important to note that Edison bulbs are not very energy-efficient
and have a shorter lifespan than many other types of light bulbs, such as LEDs or compact fluorescent bulbs.
As a result, they may not be the best choice for everyday lighting needs, but can be a great option for decorative purposes.