Daylight Floor Standing Lamp With Magnifier - First, let's define antique floor lamp. Naturally, a floor lamp typically rests upon the ground compared to resting on the ceiling, the wall or a table. Something is meant by the overall definition of an antique from a bygone age.
More and more people are learning to appreciate styling and the standard of vintage floor lamps actually and especially as most of the ones being created nowadays are molded plastic made to be thrown away. All their lamps were made by floor lamp makers in the turn of the century from heavy metals for example cast iron, cast, steel and brass zinc occasionally blended with onyx marble, glass and stone. These antique floor lamps are consistently restored by our lamp shop for resale along with for our customers' own use.
Beauty, high quality, and function were strong influences on the makers of classic floor lamps. Many people are aware of beauty and their excellent quality but completely surprised about technical features and the highly developed functional. You will find far too many examples to list here but I will mention a few the ones that are more important.
As though this were not sufficient, the central top outlet is encased in a big metal cup which holds a white waffle patterned glass bowl that reflects light upward to bounce off the ceiling. A fabric or silk shade (also called JUNIOR shade) rests upon the glass reflector bowl to reflect light downward for reading. A night light that is simple, just one arm light provides or at its brightest setting, it could light up a whole room. There is absolutely no brighter lamp or versatile lamp accessible everywhere nowadays and it was designed and made almost 100 years ago!