By ANNE-SCHIROAUG. 1981 this is a digital version of an article from The Times Print Archive, before it starts online in 1996. To keep these articles as they appear initially, the Times will not change, edit, or update them. There are occasional copywriting errors or other problems during the digitization process. Please send a report of such issues to archid_feedback @ nytimes. com. Almost everything in New York City has a market: a street or community where shops that sell the same type of goods come together. Dedicated shoppers flock to these areas either for the best quality or for the best bargains or both. When they want to bring more light to their lives, these shoppers go shopping in Bowery. There they found the choice of the largest lamps, chandeliers, rail lighting, ceiling and wall fixtures -- The shape and size of the bulb seem to be the same. They also often find the best prices. But anyone looking for a bargain It is recommended to visit first. If you know exactly what you want, the name of the manufacturer and the selling price of it in a residential area store, you will be better able to save money in the city center. The problem with Bowery is that you may see several versions of the same lamp or chandelier at different prices. Only by carefully checking or asking the right questions will you be sure you get what you think you get. Advertising this week shopping tour looking for brass floor lamps with tentsshaped shade ( Seen in residential areas for $170) Versions ranging from $55 to $114. But the salesperson usually helps to point out the difference, such as the difference between a solid brass and a brass finish, which illustrates the difference in price. The ad in Bowery between Delancey and Grand street has at least 20 lighting stores. Although not all, many companies are open seven days a week. Many merchants have more than one store on the street, so similar items can be found in any number of stores. The store sample below is just a sample of the store and is not listed in a specific order. But everyone who enters the area may be worth it. What you are looking for may be in a store that is not listed here. Or you might be amused by the sight of life. Gold-plated Roman warrior with torch. Or superman lamp holder. B & S, 166 Bowery. Numerous modern and traditional fixtures including Wicker and Tiffany Lighting fixtures, track lighting and lampshades. There is extensive shade in the basement which will also be re Cover old shades or customizemake new ones. DAC, 156 Bowery and 164 Bowery. If you like Baroque style: gold plated base, gorgeous crystal chandelier and Tiffany-type lamps. Another shop, 160 Bowery. A small shop with modern and traditional lamps and chandeliers, especially brass. The sales staff also provides very rich information on how to judge the quality of brass and how to care for brass. Please click on the box to verify that you are not a robot. The email address is invalid. Please re-enter. You must select the newsletter you want to subscribe. View all New York Times newsletters. Goodfellow at Bowery 154. Lots of porcelain and ceramic chandeliers decorated with flowers and jewelry. New York lighting, 146 Bowery. Many styles of Hunter ceiling fans offer great prices. Schacht, 144 Bowery A small shop with brass and chrome Makeup Lamps for various prices. Sarah lighting, 140 Bowery. A variety of stocks from high Victorian tech warehouse shades Hurricane lights with gold plated and stained glass chandeliers. 134 Bowery, Paris lighting. A triple store full of cartons more than samples, but offering customers a free catalogue of lighting products and progressive products and price lists, customers were told that the price in Paris was 50% lower than the price tag. Bowey lighting, 132 Bowey lighting. This is one of the few neat shops in the area with three levels. Gorgeous fixtures and furniture on the main floor, Tiffany on the second floor- Fixed fixtures in style, rail lights for the top floor staff and some contemporary works. Lighting showroom Limited, 137 Bowery. Traditional and outdoor lighting, as well as reserved designer services. The harem of 139 Bowery. This is a double shop with lots of modern lighting in the main part and more traditional lights and chandeliers in the second part. Glantz, 143 Bowery. It is a small shop, but there are many modern and traditional fixtures. Lisa lighting, 147 Bowery. There are all kinds of brass lamps, crystal chandeliers, Tiffany- And baroque lamps and lanterns. Lite Elite, 153 Bowery. A two- A premium shop around the corner of Broome Street specializes in exquisite oversized chandeliers. There are no contemporary works except for some Chinese flower lamp bases, Hurricane lights and crystal chandeliers. Lighthouse R & R, 163 Bowery. A small shop with many modern and traditional copper lamps and chandeliers. Lightning company. , 171 Bowery. A unique store in the area specializing in high Tech lighting including Italian imported products and products specially made for shops, track lighting and Hunter ceiling fans. Everything is temporary. Palace, 6 landwest Street. A new shop is near Bowery with expensive Baroque lamps and chandeliers. A version of the article appears in print in August 8, 1981, and on page 2002031 of the national edition, the title is: where to find the light at a low price.