Learn About Antique Art Deco Lamps

At least one antique Art Deco Lamp should be in every home. They are beautiful and unique and can add elegance and warmth to any space.

Art Deco is based on cubism and mathematical geometric shapes. This style was used by many of the century's greatest artists and designers to create art, including paintings, furniture, and jewelry as well as advertising and textiles. 

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Vintage Art Deco Table Lamps, Set of 2 for sale at Pamono

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Art Deco dates back to the 1920s and 1930s. The style was known at the time as Art Deco but was later referred to instead as Art Moderne or Modernistic. Later, it was called "Jazz Pattern", or "Skyscraper Modern". Art Deco was not introduced until 1960. Art Deco was a revolt against the Art Moderne style.

Art Deco lamps are usually made of metals like brass, bronze, and chrome. Alabaster, coral, and other metals were used as the base. Clear or colored glass lampshades were available, with a common geometric motif. 

A figurine may be attached to the base as an additional attachment or as an upright holder for the lamp. Figurines were often made of slim females with short, bobbed hairstyles.

There are many types of lamps available: freestanding floor lamps and desk lamps, table lamps, table lamps, and bedside lamps. Some of these lamps are worth up to ten thousand dollars. 

These lamps aren't all considered antique, but they are classified as vintage. This means that their age ranges from fifty to one hundred years. Because they are expected to rise in value as soon as they are officially classified as antiques, they attract a lot of attention.

It is easier to identify antique Art Deco lamps than other antiques like pottery, furniture, and china. 

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