Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Lamp of the Week: 10 Light Lily Table Lamp
A milestone in the history of lighting design, Louis Comfort Tiffany introduced the Lily Table Lamp in the 1890's, showing the world what could be created with an electric light bulb and some imagination. This illuminated sculpture is inspired by a cluster of water lilies, with the lustre glass flowers nodding gently above the bronze lily pads and buds. Even the light bulb was incorporated into the design, forming the stamen of each blossom.
Cast in bronze at our studio, lily lamps are created using molds taken from an original example. We offer these distinct table lamps in 7, 10, 12 & 18 light versions.