Info: Various Sizes and Colours
Most Himalayan Salt Lamps use small incandescent bulbs which have the dual properties of generating both the light you want to see them and the heat needed to induce the salt to release its helpful negative ions, but of course they will eventually burn out and need replacing. Four types are available here, which each have the screw-in brass-coloured fittings for the E12 Socket (like old Christmas tree bulbs used to have: the metal fitting is about 3/8th of an inch in diameter and about 1/4 inch deep, not including the tip).
Clear bulbs are generally the most suitable type for Himalayan Salt Lamps. We currently carry them in two wattages -- 15W (the more oval-shaped ones in the main photo) and 25W (the more uniformly shaped ones on the right of the main photo) -- which come in packages of four. The bulbs themselves are about 1-1/2 inches long past the metal fitting.
Two of these bulbs are coloured rather than clear, and are mainly intended for the pure white salt lamps (some of which are sold here), to make them glow blue or green; these bulbs are about 3/4" in diameter, and 2-1/4" long, past the fitting.
To reduce the chance of being burned or the bulb shattering, turn off the power and allow the lamp to cool before removing from socket. Handle bulbs with care and do not scratch with metal or a sharp object.