{venetian art glass lamps}

These beautiful lamps have had a bit of press recently, and I'm writing about them because I really liked the e-mail Ed and Doug sent me today, and because I love their story. They also happen to have an extensive collection of original Venetian Art Glass Lamps--an entire east coast warehouse full, to be exact. The business partners recently acquired all the remaining inventory of the Edward P. Paul Company (BALBOA Lamps), purchasing hundreds of pairs of "these beautiful art pieces and had them rebuilt with safe new UL Certified hardware and we are now selling them to the public for the first time since they were packed away in their original shipping crates for nearly 50 years."

They also recently opened a boutique showroom in Dallas.

For more information, contact:
Ed Sexton & Doug Taylor
Swank Lighting

Debris Antiques
1205 Slocum Street
Dallas, Texas 75207

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Blogger Mrs. Blandings said...

You did a great job with these images - fabulous.

November 05, 2007  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

Thanks so much for noticing, Mrs. Blandings! I was looking to present the lamps from a slightly different perspective, and I thought close-ups would make them appear more as the artforms they are . . .

November 05, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These Venetian art glass lamps are gorgeous. The images are very beautiful. I just loved the vibrant colors. Art Glass

March 26, 2008  

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