Published at Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 - 05:55:56 AM. Lamps. By Slanie Brun.
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.
From afar there is no doubt that a chandelier lamp will call on you to admire it. It’s seemingly looking like a woman coaxing you to come closer. It teases your senses the moment you rested your eyes on it. A lady so enchanting that you slowly and willingly walk closer, with mouth agape, to get a better view. And you hear her sing an unexplainable yet soothing song. Songs like the one that tells about love and life and wonderful feelings. While in that trance you get a whiff of her perfume. A wonderful scent you haven’t smelled before.
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