Published at Friday, August 10th 2018, 09:26:07 AM by Agathe Beauvau. Lamp
The antique torchiere lamp, the antique brass floor lamp, and the antique art deco lamp are some of the more modern antique lamps that are still very popular today. Torchiere lamps are very useful and easy to place, because they provide indirect bright light to a room or area without the trouble of installing overhead fixtures. Most antique lamps are quite ornate and beautiful, since they were considered to be a design feature, not just an appliance. Antique brass floor lamps are very popular, partly because they are well made and sturdy, and partly because they are plentiful on the market. Brass floor lamps typically require little in the way of renovation; a bit of polishing, modern wiring, and perhaps a shade are all that is needed.
One of the most enduringly popular of all of the types of antique lamps is the banker‘s lamp. A bankers lamp is normally constructed of a brass post with a green or blue glass shade. Today, the green shades are most common in reproduction lamps, but the blue shades were as common in the original type. Antique porch lamps, which are very popular with designers today, were originally used not on porches, but in carriages. Carriage lamps were mostly made of brass, wrought iron, or wood, and were mounted on the carriage doors or side walls. The sturdy construction and design of the carriage lamps makes them well suited to their modern use as porch lights. They are usually seen mounted on either side of a door.
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