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, its 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.
The artists style of Irregular Upper and Lower Border lamps give the appearance of tree branches and shrubs because of the openwork edging. Some Tiffany desk lamps bear lots of flowers and foliage, sometimes one type and color of flower, sometimes many. And another distinctive style of Tiffanys was the use of tiny bits of nature like dragonflies, spiders and spiderwebs. Other Tiffany desk lamps were graced with squares, circles, triangles, rectangles and ovals. These are known as the geometric style.
Adjustable-neck lamps These units are ideal for people who constantly adjust the level of light. The lamps are fitted with a weighted base so that they sit firmly on the desk surface. To allow flexibility, the lamps neck is fitted with multiple hinges or telescoping spines. Wall-mounted lamps These units are characterized by a base that is mounted with screws directly into the wall. The lamps have a flexible or hinged neck that gives them freedom of movement. These units are ideal for homes with curious pets and young children. Bankers lamp The lamp is designed for aesthetic purposes. The unit is completely stationary and often sits on the back center of a desk. While the lamp provides lighting and increases the appeal of a desk, its not meant for computer desks. This is because the computers screen tends to block the lamps light.
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