Paying homage to the pioneers of lighting.
Nikola Tesla (1856-1943)
While Edison was still promoting his antiquated direct current (DC), Nikola Tesla was already developing the superior alternating current (AC) which has become the industry standard of today. Tesla then went one better and developed large scale wireless transfers of electricity. Ferrowatt is proud to introduce the TESLA BULB. Unfortunately, unlike the original Nikola Tesla lamp, we do not recommend operating it on wireless transfers of electricity. This is limited production commemorative piece with only one production run planned.
Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)
Ferrowatt is proud to introduce a hand crafted (in the U.S.A.) replica of Edison’s first practical electric lamp from 1879. We have gone to great lengths to create a museum quality replica of the Edison style lighting, right down to the “true carbon filament bulb”. This is a limited commemorative piece (each one numbered) with only one production run planned.