The "Starlight Mason" - Flush Mount Ceiling Fixture
Shine this cool light pattern on your ceiling with this original industrial flush mount, Mason Jar Light Fixture.
Designed to bring a rustic industrial farmhouse feel to your kitchen, home or business.
- Constructed using UL-Listed Electrical materials 120v-250v
- Clear quart size small mouth Mason Jar
- Ceiling plate: Constructed using a standard electrical box cover that you simply screw onto your built-in ceiling box. (please select between Square or round at checkout)
- Porcelain heavy duty socket fits standard home bulbs E26/E27 100w MAX
- Hard wired, for control of the unit with a light switch and leaving no wires visible whatsoever.
- Bulb Included
- Ships worldwide
- Drop down length of the fixture is 7.5"
Square ceiling plate measures 4x4" screw holes 3.5" apart, diagonal screw holes distance 5"
- Round ceiling plate measures 4.12" screw holes 3.5" apart
- Mounting hardware is not included
All my lights are designed by a creative selection of industrial parts and handcrafted in our MillerLights workshop. The end result is each piece being slightly unique and making it a one of a kind MillerLights original.
Handmade in America - by MillerLights™
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Are there different color options for the base
Currently this product only comes with the industrial parts in their raw form, wich is zink plated steel.
I am wondering if I can change the jar to one of my colored jars ? Thanks
Sure! You can definately switch out to your own jar. It will fit any regular mouth jar.
Can I buy just the electrical part & the metal part that attaches to the ceiling? I already have some antique blue/green jars that are continental to me, that I want to use.
The price would remain the same but note that you can switch out to any regular mouth size jar after it is installed.
what makes the star like pattern on the ceiling?
The shadow it creates on the ceiling is from the light escaping through the Mason Jar. Different bulbs may create slightly different patters. The bulb used to create the patern shown in the pictures is a T10 tube appliance bulb.