Back in the day, different types of lamps were a practical household necessity. In 1910 and through to the 1940s, a very popular lamp that was very popular was the antique "bridge" lamp. This lamp is a floor lamp that is unique with its arm that sticks out from the top of the body and base. This arm is referred to as the "bridge" of the lamp. The shade is then attached at the end of the bridge over the light bulb.
Today, reproduction Tiffany desk lamps can range from cheap and poor to expensive, quality reproductions that painstakingly mimic the original style and designs of Louis Tiffany. Dale Tiffany lamps is a top manufacturer of these reproductions today, and considered to be one of the most authentic desk lamps producers, with the Tiffany desk lamps and other creations true to the original artist's vision. Quality reproductions are not cheap, but it's worth the price to add such a functional and beautiful item to your home.
Tiffany desk lamps were made by hand. There was no mass-production involved in their creation. The designs were hand-drawn; all the glass was cut and soldered by hand. In fact, it's not even known how many Tiffany desk lamps or other types of lamps were made from each single design. Each pattern could be used an infinite number of times, but they did not keep records of how many were produced. This is part of the reason original Tiffany desk lamps and other original creations are so valuable, with one having gone for over 8 million dollars in a public sale.
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