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Whether they`re custom-made and manufactured modern style table lamps have incorporated the use of new materials and new technology. Some of the innovations include the use of different glass materials metal surfaces and other materials that gives them a unique look. With the inclusion of new technology they can be leaps and bounds ahead of traditional and antique style lamps in terms of practicality. An example of this is the simple kinesthetic touch technology used in some lamps where a person can simply turn it on and off by tapping anywhere on it`s body.
Sculptural Qualities: In determining the lamp`s sculptural qualities such as size bulk and color the location and visual function of the lamp needs to be considered. Also the table lamp should look good whether it is turned on or off. Size: Typically short or narrow lamps are more appropriate on smaller tables and bulkier and taller lamps are better suited on larger tables or surfaces. A lamp located on a buffet table and other narrow surface should typically be more narrow or shorter. On a petite nesting table or a narrow console a tall and narrow candlestick lamp may be the best choice.
The following is the usual height and shade dimensions for a majority of these beautiful table lamps. Keep in mind that a few lamps in either style will be taller or shorter. If you have something special in mind you might also consider having your Tiffany Table Lamp or Tiffany Accent Lamp custom made. Of course at a cost there are several Tiffany Lamp or Tiffany Lighting manufactures that will work with you to custom build exactly what you are looking for.
Tiffany Accent Table Lamps - The Perfect Bedroom Lighting. For the last hundred plus years people have been falling in love with Tiffany Table Lamps and Tiffany Accent Lamps. In fact since the first leaded glass shades started being produced by the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company somewhere around 1898 they have been collected cherished and displayed in many various room settings along with other Tiffany Glass products and collectibles.