You can increase the allure of your home with proper illumination. While lamps may serve a practical purpose, Tiffany lamps serve a decorative purpose as well. They add an air of splendour and elegance to any room that they are placed in.
It has been more than 100 years since their invention but they are timeless pieces that are here to stay. They are one-of-a-kind pieces that look stunning in any décor. They often flaunt unusual shapes and beautiful colours that are not found in typical lamp shades.
The intention of Louis Comfort Tiffany, the creator of the Tiffany lamp, was not just to light up a place but to add beauty to it as well. What makes Tiffany lamps charming is that they were developed during the age of mass production and at a time when industrialization was at its peak. Due to their manufacturing process, all Tiffany lamps had different colours and unique illumination patterns. They were developed using innovative glassmaking techniques where certain metallic compounds were added to molten glass for a unique iridescent sheen. As many as seven colours were added to hot glass so that one piece would possess multiple hues without any need for painting. Copper foil was used to fuse the stained glass pieces together.
These Tiffany lamps consist of seven different design categories that gleam like jewels and throw brilliant shards of light wherever they are placed. They are divided into irregular lower and upper borders, cone and globe categories that you can choose from. Nautilus Seashell, Lotus leaf, Spider Web, Peacock Feather and Wisteria are few of their designs that prove that there is no limit to imagination.
You can check these coveted lamps in their geometric designs and nature-themed designs such as flowers, dragonflies and butterflies for some inspiration! You can also use them on your bedside table, on the floor or in your study. From intricately and beautifully cut pale pastels, to rich, deep coloured hues, you will be totally spoilt for choice!