Published at Thursday, September 13th, 2018 - 22:27:45 PM. Lamp. By Hella Leupold.
Right from the beginning of civilization, lamps and lights have played a significant role when it came to household affairs. With the advent of time, lamps have undergone a sea change in their designing patterns and use. Lamps have traveled a long way in beyond just their utility and contributed significantly in adorning the ambience of the room and reflecting individual taste of beauty and perception. Just as all the other decorative products, lamps have also represented the time and taste of the periods in which they were made. Thus, contemporary lamps also reflect the taste and trends of the present age and generations.
Whether you are looking to add a little bit of color to a room or you are looking for an ornament that will immediately catch your guests’ eyes, you’ll find that you have the perfect thing when it comes to Tiffany lamps. At its most basic, a Tiffany lamp is a lamp that uses a brightly colored stained glass shade. When the light is switched on, the colored glass brings the design on the shade to life. The images on Tiffany lamps are quite lovely and often derived from the Art Nouveau movement that began early in the last century. Tiffany lamps offer you the chance to be part of a very long tradition. The first Tiffany lamps were created in 1899, and as the name suggests, they were designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. This lamp used a bronze base, and these beautiful antique lamps can bring millions at auction. The price tag shouldn’t worry you; there are many modern Tiffany lamps that are still amazing lovely, and they can be a great addition to a home, regardless of what your budget is like!
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