The table lamps produced by the Heintz Art Metal Shop are amongst the most innovative lighting of the period. With almost 30 years experience, I offer a large inventory of most forms in original finish. All are tastefully rewired with reproduction period cord. A good portion of my inventory may be viewed on my website, www.heintzcollector.com. I exhibit annually at the Grove Park Inn Arts & Crafts Conference & Show in Asheville, NC, and am available by appointment in Brooklyn, NY
At Jack Pap, you will find antique Tiffany lamps and Tiffany Studios table lamps, as well as a high quality antique inventory with an emphasis on the Arts and Crafts period, Art Nouveau period and Art Deco period. Antique lighting is my specialty, featuring antique lamps by such makers as Tiffany Studios, Handel Lamp, Duffner and Kimberly, Pairpoint, and Bradley & Hubbard.
I actively deal in art pottery by Rookwood Pottery, Grueby, Roseville, Weller and others of the period, as well as art glass by American makers such as Louis Comfort Tiffany, Handel, Steuben, Quezal and the European art glass of Loetz, Czeckoslovakia and others.
I am very interested in purchasing or brokering items of quality, in particular antique Tiffany lamps. I am also available for appraisals.
Opened in 1976, C. Neri Antiques has become the premiere location for American Antique Lighting in the country. With hundreds of lights on display, finding the right one for your spot is limited only by your imagination.
Our one-on-one approach and attention to detail are two factors that separate us from our competition. We invite you to experience the satisfaction of owning hand hammered copper lighting that will stand the test of time and be proudly handed down from generation to generation.
Exceptional interior and exterior lighting, handmade with unwavering quality in our Pennsylvania shop. Our dedication to communication and support will reduce your stress and save you time.
Historic Housefitters Co. was originally launched in 1985 with a sampling of hand-forged iron and brass hardware displayed in a 20-page catalog. Our emphasis was and still is, on faithful, first rate reproductions and unfailing service. Since then, our catalog has more than doubled to bring you a comprehensive sourcebook for quality Hand-Forged Iron, 18th Century Lighting, Brass & Porcelain Hardware & Machine-Forged Iron Hardware. In addition, you’ll also find a NEW category of Period Accessories which features exceptional reproductions relating to the colonial lifestyle. Our Hearth Cooking section offers you an exact replica of a “tin kitchen” and hand-forged utensils which will enable you to sample the foods and flavors of the 18th century! We are very pleased to include architects, restoration contractors, designers and “old house enthusiasts” (like us!) among our customers. To each we offer the finest in products and services. We are proud that all of our hand-forged iron and hand-made lighting are made by artisans in the U.S.A.
Turn-of-the-century American Lighting design and craftsmanship is available today from the Mica Lamp Co. We follow the same formula as the original craftsman. All of our parts are made of solid copper, assembled with hand driven copper rivets and finished with a rich natural patina. Our Mica shade panels are the same natural materials used by the Arts and Crafts master lamp makers. Mineral mica flakes, combined with organic shellac, make each mica shade unique with its variations of mineral deposit patterns and color tones. The famous San Francisco coppersmith Dirk Van Erp, was the first to make these copper lamps in 1910.
Old lighting is our passion and we’re always restoring unique vintage and antique lighting. Our selection of antique chandeliers, flush mounts, wall sconces, pendant lights, table lamps and floor lamps is unmatched.
It is with great pleasure that we introduce our new company, Wentworth Avenue Lighting. You may know us over these past 18 years as Old California Lantern Company. From our earliest days at Old California Lantern we have had the pleasure of designing and fabricating beautiful, historically inspired Arts & Crafts and Greene & Greene style lighting fixtures. We have built these wonderful fixtures for large commercial projects as well as for magnificent “Ultimate Bungalow’s throughout the country. Why Wentworth Avenue you may ask? Well, when we were brainstorming about company names it dawned on us that one of the most historically significant areas for Greene & Greene style architecture and historical homes is the Hillcrest area of Pasadena, California. One of the most prominent streets in this historical area is called Wentworth Avenue. It sounded like a perfect name for our new company so here we are. Wentworth Avenue’s products represent our very best efforts to create beautiful works of art in lighting. Many of these fixtures I am sure you will agree are as beautiful and inspiring as any “Fine Art” painting, drawing or sculpture.
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