Lamps and objects to contain light sources are among the earliest design efforts, meeting a universal need with the human instinct to beautify and decorate. Every age from prehistoric times has left behind its decorative lamps, torchieres, or lanterns made to burn oil, wood, or wax, usually the work of individual craftsmen working in clay, metal, glass, or stone.
All principal design components are manufactured in-house, from glass-blowing to metalwork, under the supervision of the industry’s foremost craftsmen and engineers. And before leaving our facilities, each piece is pre-assembled and rigorously tested by Fine Art Lamps’ stringent quality control process. In all, Fine Art Lamps represents the singular vision of over 250 skilled designers, craftsmen, artists, and associates, working together to create unique works of art – a blend of Old World tradition melded with New World innovation.