Necks, Couplings, Breaks, Columns, and Standoffs
Lamp Necks, Breaks and Columns
Turned Brass, Stamped Plated Steel, Cast Brass Lamp Necks and Columns in a variety of Thread Configurations and Finishes. Necks are used as Breaks, or Stands for Harps and Sockets and as Columns in Lamp Building.
A lamp coupling is a short fitting that is threaded with two female ends to enable the connection of two separate pipes or rods.
 It is typically used for a variety of applications such as connecting two different types of pipes, rods, or cables, or for joining two pieces of a lamp together.
 Common types of lamp couplings include straight couplings, straight lamp pipe couplings, and adapters, barrel, brass, hex head, hexagon rod, and both regular and large knurled couplings.
 Available in several sizes and thread configurations, lamp couplings are typically made of brass, nickel-plated brass, or aluminum.
They can also be found in a variety of finishes, such as unfinished brass, black finish, and polished nickel finish.