Published at Friday, August 10th 2018, 09:58:04 AM by Auriane Rossignol. Lamp
Should you want something more from the ordinary, then you might wish for elegance and sophistication to any design for your desirable ambiance. Tiffany lamps are what you need. Tiffany lamps are designed using superb pieces of stained glass that are soldered together to have magnificent designs and conceptual motifs. These lamps also have solid metal bases which are decorated delicately. It was Louis Comfort Tiffany who designed these wonderful creations. The first Tiffany Lamp was made in New York in 1899 in Louis‘ studio that was specifically for lamp-making.
Tiffany desk lamps can brighten up a workspace and make time spent at a desk much more enjoyable. They come in a variety of styles, color and design, and are made by many different manufacturers. While almost any type of lamp with a stained glass shade is often referred to as a Tiffany, this can be misleading. Tiffany desk lamps you can buy in stores today are all reproductions of the lamps made in the late 19th century and early 20th century by Louis Comfort Tiffany and his small band of craftspeople. Louis Comfort Tiffany worked in New York, designing stained glass for an interior design firm. The leftover pieces of glass at the end of each work day inspired him to start designed lampshades from them. He did continue doing the design work for the firm for a while, but soon he began exclusively designing and creating his signature lamps. A few artists and craftspeople worked with him to create the lamps, which were art but that he intended to be used in people‘s homes and used, rather than simply admired.
Copyright © 2018 theindustrylic.
All contents published under GNU General Public License. All rights of images and videos found in this site reserved by its respective owners. All trademarks mentioned belong to their owners, third party brands, product names, trade names, corporate names and company names mentioned may be trademarks of their respective owners or registered trademarks of other companies and are used for purposes of explanation and to the owner’s benefit, without implying a violation of copyright law.