Hey everyone, I am currently working on my imperial restoration and accidently cracked the glass on the cylinder. I am working with a company to rebuild me another glass cylinder. Does anyone have…Continue
That should be good news to the OP since 200mm is very close to the actual size (approx 202-203 mm) of the original Imperial globe. That is only about 3mm smaller in diameter. That is what Tom S. ended up using and he said it…"
"Yes the manufacturer gives a +/- range but they are very exact 200mm in Diameter.Also they are closed on the top too with a 100mm hole for our closing sytem for a safe seal.We have them not listed in the shop as a stand alone product, but they are…"
"Keeping your wax in tupperware or similar is fine. Just keep it covered to keep dust and dirt out. No need to keep submerged. Keep any fluid in a new plastic five gallon bucket with a tight lid. You may want to reuse it or at the…"
"Thanks for all your support guys! I will certainly keep everyone updated with the process. I am currently in training for 2 weeks in my new job then I will be bringing the whole unit up to NC where the company has agreed to work on the project. They…"
An original Princess globe is too big to sit in an Imperial base. Your reproduction Princess does have a smaller diameter globe so it may fit. If your globes exceeds about 202-203mm they won’t work. I know that the…"
So sorry to hear of your lamp being broken. The cylinders are 24” tall and approximately 8” in diameter. You should be able to use your glass shards to determine thickness and hopefully actual OD. The original…"
Hey everyone, I am currently working on my imperial restoration and accidently cracked the glass on the cylinder. I am working with a company to rebuild me another glass cylinder. Does anyone have any specs on the OD/ ID of the glass used? I know there is one or 2 that have done the restoration on here but I figured I would reach out to see. Hope everyone is doing well. …See More