Antique art deco lamps are based on designs depicting different dated periods. Art Deco antique lamps for example are based on the refinement of the Rococo period that took place in Europe during the 18th century, using hand blown Italian glass, and pieces of them are often used as table lamps and floor lamps. More modern style Art deco lamps feature sleeker designs that have been the basis of the design of modern day buildings such as the Empire State building.
For instance, as a general rule of thumb it's better to have bulky lamps in areas that receive high-traffic or have kids and pets running around. This is because the heavier the lamp the less prone it is to topple over and smash into a million pieces.
The piano desk lamps made by House of Troy Lighting are by far the biggest selling lamps of their kind. House of Troy Lighting has an excellent reputation for building quality, attractive, and long lasting lighting products. They are based in Northern Vermont and are well known for offering lighting products built with precision and care, with attention to detail and high craftsmanship.
Antique art lamps come in the styles from dated periods, like Edwardian, Nouveau, Oriental and Victorian themed lamps. They can easily enhance the room they are in, as long as the owner takes great care in putting them in the immediate surrounding that the lamps can easily blend into and complement.
For those who loved colored glass, Tiffany lamps are a perfect lighting choice. The original Tiffany lamps were designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany and he loved some of the beautiful rich tones that were often used in mosaics in Byzantium. He worked to take these colors and add them to the glass instead of painting the glass. These lamps are actually made from beautiful stained glass that is hand cut. Each piece of the stained glass gets a piece of copper foil wrapped around it, then it is glued together and lead is used to solder the different pieces of glass together. There are often seeds, lines, and bubbles that occur in the glass, which actually add to the natural beauty of this special type of glass used for these lamps.
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