The Fine Art Lamps Story
Fine Art Lamps started in the late 19th century when Max Blumberg opened a small glass working shop in New York. His reputation for fine craftsmanship grew, and he eventually passed the torch to his son, Jack, in 1940. Jack established the company, Fine Art Lamps, and opened the doors to new and upcoming artists, designers, sculptors, and decorative artists.
In 1965, Jack's son, Max (named after his grandfather), took over the company, subsequently moving operations to Miami, Florida in 1976. Fine Art Lamps remains one of the top glass making companies when it comes to creating quality traditional lighting design - an intricate blend of Old World tradition melded with New World innovation.
Why We Love Fine Art Lamps
Fine Art Lamps provides a complete spread of classic, traditional and transitional lighting designs with earthy finishes, some with elegant organza and mica shades and fine crystal accents, for example. The overall look is luxurious and professional, sometimes even cultural, focusing on European, Asian and Middle Eastern themes. Fine Art's selection of chandeliers are known for their quality materials and attention to detail, and since everything is made under one roof in the United States, quality control and personal service is a given.
Fun Facts About Fine Art Lamps
Fine Art Lamps has an exclusive Customization Program in which many of their products can be tailored to create your very own work of art, allowing you to select the finish, choose the shade type and make minor design modifications.
Noteworthy Lighting from Fine Art Lamps
Fine Art's Monceau Pendant, part of the Jonathan Browning collection, features traditional aesthetics with crisp industrial lines. It's ideal for entryways and foyers as it makes an immediate statement to your home's decoration. And for an eye-catching grand chandelier, you can find the Monceau available as a 3-Tier Linear Suspension. Finally, for an elegant sconce that brings a classic touch to your walls, look to the Liason Wall Sconce.