In the early days of electrical lighting, Thomas Edison invented the long-burning filaments which became famous in his name. Today, the vintage look and the subtle glow of the tungsten filament creates an ambiance that sets a welcoming mood for any classic interior. Like the original, the bulb sometimes ends in a small glass tip created when turn-of-the-century manufacturers sealed the bulb. Position it within a clear shade or exposed socket to admire its shape and ambient glow. The long cylindrical shape of this style is perfect to add that touch of subtle glamour to your space.