The Quoizel Story
Quoizel Lighting began in 1930 by Michael Chaikin, who worked out of a small shop on 25th Street, Manhattan. A family owned and operated business, Quoizel is now located in Charleston, South Carolina, where they make transitional lighting fixtures out of a 500,000 square foot facility.
Why We Love Quoizel Lighting
When home lighting can use a facelift, Quoizel is there with a range of styles. From contemporary lighting to something with more of an old-world or Restoration look, Quoizel has it all. They offer real Lenox porcelain, mosaic and crystal pieces, and reproductions of Tiffany art glass, all made by hand. They've got a range of finish options as well, making the switch from warm traditional to cool and contemporary easy.
Fun Facts About Quoizel
The name Quoizel was a suggestion by a friend, inspired by the astrological conjunction of planets at the time of the company's inception.
Noteworthy Lighting from Quoizel
The Zen collection has a warm, tight rattan weave shade that produces a beautiful glow of light.