Our Cloth Covered Wire In Use
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|What a difference a wire can make!
Rewiring done with our 3-CONDUCTOR 18-GAUGE BLACK & PUTTY SMALL HOUND'S-TOOTH COTTON PULLEY CORD
Japanese-style paper shades.
Vintage 1905 General Electric 'pancake' fan, so-called because of the wide, flattened shape of its motor, restored using Sundial Wire's 2-conductor, 18-gauge, Light Brown cotton, twisted wire.
Note the exposed brass connectors for attaching the AC power source to the rear of the motor.
Thanks to Jim Drake (Florida) for the photos.
Vintage shade wired with Sundial Wire's 2-conductor, 18-gauge, Putty cotton, twisted wire with Gold tracer.
Vintage bulb and socket wired with Sundial Wire's 2-conductor, 18-gauge, Putty cotton, twisted wire with Gold tracer.
Vintage ceramic tubes showing how our single-conductor, 12-gauge, black knob and tube wire was used in the days before Romex.