in general is any device that produces light. Originally, this meant a source of light from an open flame. The word is now most commonly understood to be an electric lamp that sits on a table or desk, or on the floor. It may also refer to the light bulb (or tube) itself, hence "relamping" referring to the replacement of one. Items found in this category include Floor Lamps, Lava Lamps, Motion Lamps, Table Lamps, TV Lamps and other Electric Lamps. One of The Most Popular types of collectible electric lamps are called
Ceiling Fixtures provide downlighting with fixtures on the ceiling casting light downward. This tends to be the most efficient method, used in both offices and homes. In this category you will find Antique to Modern Ceiling Fixtures.
Collectible Antique Lamps and Lighting
especially those shaped as a pedestal, are called candlesticks; if multiple candles are held, the term candelabrum is also used. A candle is a light source usually consisting of an internal wick which rises through the center of a column of solid fuel. Typically the fuel is some form of wax. Paraffin wax being the most common. However in recent years new soy and vegetable candles have become popular.
consist of Gas, Kerosene, Miniature, Oil and other Non-Electric lamps. Gas lighting is the process of burning piped natural gas or coal gas for illumination. Before electricity became sufficiently widespread and economical to allow for general public use, gas was the most popular means of lighting in cities.
is a gas discharge lamp containing neon gas at low pressure. A small electric current is passed through the tube, causing it to glow. Some of The Most Popular Neon Lamps are used in advertising such as Beer Signs.
is a type of light fixture affixed to a wall in such a way that it uses only the wall for support, and the light is usually directed upwards. It does not have a base on the ground. Most often refereed to simply as a wall-fixture.
Lamp Repair items include Parts, Prisms, Shades and
Other Repair Items.
If you are re-modeling or building a new home then this web page is for you. Not only does this category contain collectible light fixtures but new fixtures! All at prices much lower than your local lighting store, Lowes or Home Depot.