Five Popular Victorian Lamps
Without a doubt, Victorian Lamps are a popular staple in many households, but their prices can be a little high for individuals with a low budget. Despite their beauty, they can be useful and look great with most any decor in your home or home office. There are literally hundreds to choose from when purchasing Victorian Lamps, and you can find them online, in thrift stores, second-hand stores, antique dealers, and other marketplaces if you know what you’re looking for.
While many of them are expensive, they are still unique, and wonderful additions to your home and decor. Here are five to consider when shopping for a Victorian desk lamp that suits your needs.
Vintage Emerald Green Oil Lamp
This lamp is gorgeous and functional. It will catch the eye of anyone that looks at it. The glass design contains some
of the most intricate details you will ever see. Even though it doesn’t use a bulb, being an oil lamp just adds to its
beauty and you sure don’t see them like that anymore. The price tag on it from some retailers is around $195.00.
Cranberry Glass Table Lamp
This lamp looks exactly like you would expect an oil lamp to look, except it runs on electricity, not oil. The cranberry depression glass is a dark red and simply beautiful. Its details help it to keep the vintage antique look that it as. One of the higher priced lamps it rings in at around $175.00 and is perfect for any desk, table, shelf, or even a fireplace mantel. It is sure to be a conversation starter for anyone that sees it.
Italian Urn Table Lamp
This lamp is sure to stand out from a crowd with its hand-painted designs and interesting shape. It actually looks like an urn with a lampshade and holds two light bulbs instead of just one. The base is ceramic with pink and blue flowers on one side and a painting of person looking at a lake on the other side. Its price tag is a little higher and rings in at around $299.00.
Dale Tiffany Rose Table Lamp
This lamp became popular in the 1960s. The light has rose shaped colored glass patterns weaved into the shade, hence the name. The on and off switch is a pull chain and it comes with a neat looking lampshade that can be changed out if you don’t like it. The price tag on it varies but it is normally found at around $135.00. The lamp will go great with most any decor or desk that you choose to put it on.
Vintage Pink Frosted Glass Lamp
This is what you would expect from Victorian Lamps, round base, pink frosted glass, and round on and off switch. You could pair this with a lampshade of your choice whether Victorian or traditional, and it will look great in your house no matter where you put it. The price tag on it sometimes runs around $25.00 because often it doesn’t come with a shade.