Grounded Porcelain Socket - White

Item Number:PSK-007-100


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DIY Fabric Wire by the Foot - White

DIY Fabric Wire by the Foot - White

Standard Cord Grip / Strain Relief

Standard Cord Grip / Strain Relief

Product Information


An updated version of a vintage socket style, this UL listed 3-conductor off-white porcelain socket is a charming reference to the past. Display it bare with an exposed bulb, with a bulb cage addition, or in conjunction with a colorful socket cover, but no matter how you design it, this socket brings a sleek finish to your fixture.

This industrial socket is made out of ceramic porcelain with a premium glossy off-white glaze and comes with a metal cap that is also featured on our porcelain cord plug-in setFor a clean look, the cap of the socket is secured with included screws from the inside of the socket.

Our porcelain socket is also easily paired with our cloth covered wire sold by the foot. However, if you plan on making a DIY light cord with this socket, we highly recommend using a cord grip/strain relief for a secure attachment. Cord grips are sold separately. With all lighting projects and DIY fixture assembly, we always recommend consulting a licensed electrician.

Please note, the white cord grips do not match the off-white porcelain, we recommend using the clear cord grips, which seem to match the best with this socket or contrast with a black strain relief.

Technical Specs

  • Total Length: 2-1/4", Neck Length: 5/16", Diameter: 1-9/16"
  • Grounded (3 conductor) porcelain socket
  • E26 medium base
  • Cord grip not included
  • For exposed bulb design aesthetics
  • Compatible with all metal socket covers (not compatible with Silicone Socket Covers)
  • Compatible with all bulb cages
  • UL Listed File No. E105933
  • Max bulb: Type A 60W (not included)
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