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Vintage Barbicide Jar Pendant Light

$95.00

FEATURED in Upstate House Magazine, Fall 2015 Issue


PLEASE NOTE: This popular item sells out quickly, but we're happy to create more using found upcycled jars (please allow 7-10 days turn-around time). If you are interested in purchasing more than what is currently listed, please contact us and let us know the quantity you are interested in.

This listing is for one (1) pendant. We’ve turned the classic Barbicide barber jar into a unique pendant light! Genuine Barbicide glass jar with original printed lettering on the outside of the jar that reads “BARBICIDE – The Approved GERMICIDE & DISINFECTANT.” Paired with black and brass hardware for a sleek, modern look. Buy a single one for your space, or purchase several to create a sparkly cluster chandelier effect. This is a fun and quirky fixture for your barber shop or beauty salon. Makes a lovely, and very out-of-the-ordinary gift, too!

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Lamp includes (specifications):

  • 1 vintage barber jar, outfitted with exposed brass hardware top. Jar dimensions are 10” high x 4” diameter.
  • Black hard-wire ceiling light kit with 2.6-inch-diameter ceiling canopy and an adjustable black 36-inch cord that lets you choose the pendant's length. Takes one 60w max. standard base E-26 incandescent light bulb or 75w LED bulb (LED recommended; not included with purchase).
  • Please note: if you are not familiar with hard-wiring, you may need to hire a professional electrician or handyman to install your lamp.
  • This item is UL-Listed and manufactured in compliance with U.S. standards. If you are purchasing this item for use outside of the U.S. or Canada, use only with the appropriate outlet adapter and voltage converter for your country. Do not plug into an electrical outlet higher than 110-120V as this could result in fire and/or injury. Indoor use only.
    Created by designer Stephanie Reppas in her New York studio.
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