by:EME LIGHTING     2019-11-10
Whether you are new or experienced professional, we have a lot of useful information so share information about the options-and using --antique lamps.Nothing to sell.-Great information!There are many enthusiasts and collectors of antique lamps in the world today, but they still have a lot of questions to answer about those lamps they love so much!For antique lamps and lanterns, there may be some unfamiliar terms that can be confusing for new collectors.Here are a few examples.-"What does the fitter and the UNO Ueno holder represent?\ "Most floor lamps and bridge antique lamps have shades that require UNO fitters and UNO threads on the UNO stand.The UNO bracket is also the lamp holder that the bulb will enter.Its edge is the UNO thread, which allows the UNO fitter to screw onto it.The Orno shade is a place to be stored in the fitter of Orno's seat.This type of antique lampshade is not used much today as it is considered a fire hazard as the lampshade is placed so close to the light source.Another question might be, "What is the IES shadow?This antique lampshade is made of white colored glass, and the actual lampshade is shaped like a cone.This color is usually only available in three sizes, 6 inch, 8 inch or 10 inch, respectively.Another question that may be asked but will not usually be asked (because the person who wants to ask may think it is stupid to ask this question, but as the saying goes, "The only stupid question is the one that has never been asked") is, "Will the fabric lampshade on the antique lamp catch fire?\ "The answer to this question is yes and no.Not all fabric lampshades are fabrics.Decorative fabric is installed on the outside of the actual shade rack and protects the bulb from heat through insulation-resistant.If the shade is home-Improperly made and made according to fire and safety standards, then fabric shadows will certainly catch fire due to the heat of the bulb.These are just a few examples of many questions people can ask about antique lights, and you can go to a lot of resources in order to find the answers you want.The Internet is the best resource.There is a lot of information on the Internet, in which you can find all the information related to the antique lights.Your public library is also a valuable resource.-Many guides have now been published to help collectors in various fields.Finally, if you know another avid antique light collector, someone who has been doing this for years, and you trust his judgment, you can try to come with them ---They can be a valuable mentor, someone who can show you the ropes and avoid traps associated with this collection.
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