By Veronique Gillet. Lamps. Published at Sunday, March 03rd, 2019 - 09:08:50 AM.
Tiffany lamps generally mean stained glass lamps. The reason they’re called Tiffany lamps is because back in the late 1800’s, early 1900’s a guy by the name of Louis Comfort Tiffany propelled stained glass lamps to a whole new level. He used an innovative technique to produce exquisite decorative stained glass lamps that were works of art. Back in the day, Tiffany lamps were all the rage. And anyone who was wealthy enough to own one had one. Even the white house housed a good few lamps of Tiffany’s.
Next is the antique look of the bankers lamp which is not present in any other kind of lamp. Added to this is its color. In spite of the lamp being present in a large number of colors today, its old natural green color still has some kind of favoritism among the people. An interesting thing about this color is that it gives an excellent match to any kind of interiors, traditional as well as modern. Another major aspect which makes theses lamps so popular is that the junior members or the kids of the family are very fond of them. This might sound a little bit strange but the contemporary bankers desk lamp has more affinity towards kids than the elders. Sometimes they even get up and ready to study late at night so that they can get some time to sit under it.
A perfect lighting will brighten up the home a lot more. It is necessary to choose good lighting fixtures for your home to make your home look better. Chandeliers lamp have become quite common lighting fixtures mainly seen in the living rooms of the people today. In the earlier days, only rich people could afford these chandeliers as most of the chandeliers were made of crystals. It displays luxury as most of these crystal chandeliers were highly expensive and were unaffordable for the common person to buy. Most of the old palaces and mansions were brightened with these chandeliers lamp. But now everyone is able to buy the chandeliers as chandeliers are coming in the same traditional look but made of different materials which are not as expensive as crystal.
More and more people are learning to appreciate the quality and styling of antique floor lamps especially as most of the ones being produced today are molded plastic and literally made to be thrown away. Most all floor lamp makers from the turn of the century made their lamps from heavy metals such as cast iron, brass, steel and cast zinc sometimes combined with marble, onyx, glass and stone. Our lamp shop regularly restores these antique floor lamps for resale as well as for our customers’ own use. From our 30 years of experience it is clear that many of these antique floor lamps will last for hundreds of years. You will find some other surprises about these collectible works of art below.
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