You'd never guess, by looking at Luke Lamp Co.'s Etsy offerings, that the incandescent bulb is going extinct. The Mamaroneck, New-York-based company produces a range of Edison-bulb lighting fixtures like the mason-jar-and-rope lamp shown above, made by "painstakingly [running] 6’ of standard rated lamp cord through a 40” length of 3/4” manila rope."
Luke Lamp Co. is actually a one-man operation. Writes founder Luke Kelly,
I am the owner, lamp builder, label maker, supplies buyer, customer service representative, call center operator, lamp repairer, light finder, and delivery man of Luke Lamp Co., a company I started during the summer of 2011, when—through my extensive thrift shopping and tag sale scavenging I undertook as part of my family's yearly New Hampshire trip—I decided there is way too much cool old lighting out there left lonely and nonfunctional in cardboard boxes and street corners and so I must take it upon myself to give new life to what I can.
Check out the rest of his offerings here.