antieke lamp, schemerlamp

Bij de Antique Warehouse vindt u Engelse antieke schemerlampen voeten in messing of marmer, deze kunnen met een nieuwe kap en opnieuw elektra draad weer een prachtige antieke schemerlamp worden waar u nog vele jaren van kan genieten.

paar antieke vaas model lampen zeer mooie kleur

Artikelnummer: 2173     Prijs:€650

Antique Slag Glass Lamps, lamps from 1890, this one in a perfect and original condition. Very decorative and in my opinion very under estimated. ✉Search Alerts Overview Shop (405) Magazine Show & Tell Slag glass, also known as marble glass or malachite glass, is a type of opaque, streaked pressed glass. Production of slag glass originated in late-19th-century England, where glass manufacturers are thought to have added slag from iron-smelting works to molten glass to create a range of effects—from tortoiseshell to marbling. Among other uses, slag glass was a popular material for lampshades. One of the first glass foundries to produce slag glass (although it was not called that at the time) was the Gateshead, England, firm of Sowerby, which patented its recipe for purple malachite glass in 1878. Sold into the U.S. market as "blackberries and cream," this popular formula was followed by other malachite colors, including a lemon-yellow called Giallo, a drab green called Pomona, a blue malachite called Sorbini, and Sowerby’s famous Brown, which is very difficult to find today. Since the process of making slag glass was shrouded in a certain amount of mystery, stories sprang up to try and account for the process behind the effects. For example, it was a good bet that Sowerby’s Blue Nugget color of 1883 was the result of adding cadmium to molten glass, but how to explain Gold Nugget? Stories soon spread that John George Sowerby, son of the company’s founder, was tossing gold sovereigns into batches of amber glass to create this dramatic hue. In the United States, manufacturers such as Westmoreland and Akro Agate picked up on the techniques developed in England and produced their own versions of slag glass. As in England, one of the most popular applications for their pressed opaque glass was in lampshades. Wide bands of creamy colors allowed the light source in a lamp to fill a room with a soft ivory glow, while the purples and greens and reds pieced together in detailed leaded shades resulted in multi-colored illumination. Just about anyone who was making lamps during the Art Nouveau period, from Tiffany to Roycroft to Steuben, might have used slag... Continue reading Best of the Web

Artikelnummer: 2269     Prijs:€1650

Mooie antieke Engelse schemerlamp waarbij de zuil van marmer is en het messing is verguld, zuilhoogte 39 cm, basis 12,5 bij 12,5 cm. Zeer fraai.

Artikelnummer: 1598     Prijs:€650

Antieke engelse schemerlamp, zuilhoogte 34,5 cm , basis 14,5 bij 14,5 cm.

Artikelnummer: 1597     Prijs:€500

Prachtige antieke messing schemerlamp van circa 1900 met nieuw draad, basis 16 bij 16 cm. zuil hoogte 47, totale hoogte 75. (Uiteraard is kap verwisselbaar)

Artikelnummer: 1596     Prijs:€550

Schitterend paar Franse laat negentiende eeuwse wand lampen in een zeer mooie staat met het originele glas erbij, prachtig gedetailleerd. 50 cm hoog

Artikelnummer: 1446     Prijs:€1250

Deze lamp is van circa 1900 en is 128 cm hoog. De lamp is vervaardigd uit hout met een laagje gips wat weer beschilderd is, van orgine komt deze antieke lamp uit Italie.

Artikelnummer: 568     Prijs:€1250.00

Deze antieke lamp is van circa 1900 vervaardigd in Italie en is 180 cm hoog.

Artikelnummer: 569     Prijs:€1450.00

Antieke lamp

Artikelnummer: 78     Prijs:€425

Prachtige antieke schemerlamp.

Artikelnummer: 79     Prijs:€650

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