History of Fine Art Lamps
1940 was the year that Jack Blumberg, following in his father Max Blumberg‘s footsteps as a glassmaking factory owner, established Fine Art Lamps with the intention to gather the combined efforts and talents of various artisans in an attempt to create lighting worth to be identified as truly fine pieces of art. The complimentary vision to this idea was to embrace a tradition Fine Art Lamps believes to be shared by all of humanity – the manufacture of lighting as a distinct form of art, with a history having witnessed a large variety of shapes, materials, decorations, uses and production techniques.
Continuing with what his father and grandfather had laid the foundation for, grandson Max Blumberg took over Fine Art Lamps in 1965. In the year 1976, the company would undergo a major expansion, having moved into a 300 000 sqft facility located in Miami. To this day, Fine Art Lamp‘s manufacture is entirely based in the United States, which allows the company to ensure quality control, design integrity and a flawless service to its faithful customers.
Fine Art Lamps: Quality Meets Artistic Merit
Fine Art Lamps is an outstanding company in its capability to meet the utmost quality standards. Made possible by a rigorous manufacturing process strictly supervised by professionals in the field, an unceasing focus on the skilled application of the crafts being utilized and a thorough testing of its products, Fine Art Lamps maintains a continuous level of top quality output, thanks to the collective effort of over 700 workers, who are highly proficient in their craft and technological know-how.
Yet it is not only the high quality Fine Art Lamps is renowned for. One of the most distinguishing features of this company‘s brand is represented by the exclusive finishes the lighting is available in. Each piece of this company‘s fine art is completely stand-alone and unique due to the countless variations taking place in the manufacturing process. This is only overbid by Fine Art Lamp‘s Customization Program, allowing customers to influece the final product‘s design even more by being able to modify the body design, and to choose the finish and type of shade.
Fine Art to Emerge as a Key Piece of Decoration
Looking at Fine Art Lamps marvellous lighting, one is not at all surprised by the fact that this company has earned multiple awards. The categories represented by Fine Art Lamps are ceiling mounts, chandeliers and pendants for the ceiling lights offered, floor lamps and table lamps in the lamp section, hanging fixtures, post or pier mounts as well as wall fixtures for outdoor usage, and finally, sconces and mirrors to decorate walls.
The past leaves a trace of influence in many of Fine Art Lamp‘s delicate lights, with finishes echoing Art Deco such as in the Delphi collection or traditional European styles (Castille, Costa del Sol, Devonshire, Warwickshire and others), but one will also find unparalleled designs such as in the Natural Inspirations collection with its silver leaf finishes and crystal glass or the phantastical Scheherazade with hand-blown glass lanterns in radiant colours completed by fine metalwork.
Fine Art Lamps will especially delight customers with a fondness for vintage and extravagance, its production not any less offering interior design solutions to many different types of living space. Each object is, without doubt, a fine piece of art, tasteful, sophisticated and alluding to design elements having succeeded throughout history.