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A brass lamp will exude a warm, rich color. A clear sealant is applied to our brass lamps so that the brass does not tarnish – or at least for a very long time. Many of our lamps are hand finished with special patinas and textures to give an antiqued or aged look.
Before the industrial revolution, it’s applications were limited that were well suited to the use of brass. However, it was commonly used in pins for the wool industry. A mill in Surrey, England dating back to 1697, specialized in the production of such pins.
Production of brass began in America after our independence, and demand was strong for brass buttons for the military in their uniforms. Years later, a large brass-related industry was developed in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Brass’s unique properties made it perfect in the production of things such as clocks, watches, chronometers including light fixtures and lamps.
The more expensive lamps are typically solid brass, whereas the less expensive lamps may have a brass or other metal finish. Some of our solid brass lamps have a nickel finish.
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Brass is a popular material for beautiful lamps of all styles – from Traditional to Modern. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc with a combination of other unique properties. It is a warm color that is typically associated with wealth, richness, and grandeur.
The gold-like color of brass made it a popular substitute metal for making jewelry and ceremonial utensils since ancient Roman times.
Table lamps of brass can ensure that the ambiance of a room is warm and welcoming. Table lamps with glossy brass surfaces typically make a space more animated, whereas matte finishes are more calming.
A brass lamp is also an heirloom-quality accessory that, with proper care, will last for many generations. It is stronger than other metals and rust-resistant. That’s why keys easily slide through holes of brass padlocks.
Today, a brass lamp will have a protective finish that prevents them from tarnishing for a long time. Perhaps, after 10 to 15 years, or so – you may want to take the lamp in to have it professionally polished and sealed again.
The richness of brass usually makes it stand-out. But it can also be used to blend in with a room’s decor.
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