I'm fixing a custom pendant, and one of the pieces has been damaged and needs to be replaced. Trouble is, I can't figure out what this piece is called or where to find one similar. It is the silver metal threaded piece in the photo.
- It is (almost exactly) the same diameter as an E26 light bulb base—I measure it at 1 3/32" diameter, 27.7mm. However, it has tighter threads than an E26; I measure them at 12-13 threads per inch.
- It is 1.6" / 41mm tall.
- The upper hole is 3/8" diameter, which is important as it needs to fit over "1/8 iron pipe" (3/8" diameter) and be clamped to it with nuts on either side.
The entire piece slides through a 1.25" (32mm) hole in the glass shade, and then a threaded nut/washer (like the black plastic one in the picture) screws on to support the 3-4 pound glass.