Hi there I have just bought this hanging lamp whose bulb connector type I cannot identify, I got it in Italy and the only thing I am sure is that the light bulb must be some kind of tube shape for it needs to go through a decorative casing that's no longer and no thicker than an index finger. I have included photos:

what the connector looks like

the decorative casing implying the restriction on the dimensions of the bulb


It looks like a G9 base for a halogen lamp.

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  • Nice find. That's it. – Speedy Petey Feb 18 '14 at 15:35

looks like a older style fluorescent lamp that was used originally in exit fixtures. These were in use before the CFL spiral lamps.

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It looks like a Dulux type fluorescent base.

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  • You could improve this post immensely by providing links as examples, or including photographs of the bulbs you're talking about. – Niall C. Feb 19 '14 at 16:35

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