By Fiona Beaumont. lamps. Published at Sunday, October 15th, 2017 - 01:19:58 AM.
The utter simplicity of clear glass will often lend itself to having a myriad of colors available to pair up the lamp with brightly colored shades, for instance, allowing you to match just about any color scheme you may desire. On the other hand, glass comes in a rainbow of colors, thus you may opt for a colored glass lamp with a simpler shade.
However, don't expect it to have all the qualities of a real antique lamp but then it doesn't boast to have them either. It's just a fancy handcrafted lamp in a reasonable price. This glass table lamp can hold two bulbs at a time and they can be lit together as well as one at a time, which is good in you want to save energy or need less light at times. Overall, it's a nice lamp at a fair price.
When looking at antique lamps remember to not clean them up so much. This is especially true with the brass and sterling lamps. Cleaning them too much devaluates them considerably. On the popular series Antiques Road Show I am always amazed at the person with the 100 year old piece of brass that would have sold for $5,000 but one can of Brass-o later is worth about a buck fifty.
Select the right size. While there is nothing as too small for a room, selecting lamps that are too big for the room may just ruin the show. Make sure that the lamp is an appropriate size when placed in the room. A lamp that is too big can give the room a gory feel. Interior décor is a delicate balance and tipping it over even slightly may change the entire persona you expected to provide your room with.
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