From The Archives

Mid-Century Modified 1962–1970


In the late ’60s and early ’70s, Mid-Century Modern lighting morphed with the times – sometimes with mixed results.

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Contemporary 1965–1980


As Mod introduced new emotion and color to Mid-Century lighting, another trend was taking shape: Contemporary.

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Mod 1965–1980


Just as the nation itself experienced a youth-fueled revolution in the second half of the 1960s, so did the world of lighting.

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History Articulated: The Reed


The Reed is distinguished by its unusual degree of articulation – three adjustable knuckles PLUS a swivel joint at the canopy allow for an unparalleled range of motion.

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Shades of Glory 1870–1970


Don’t underestimate the power of shade. Whether painted, etched, or tinted, they often steal the show.

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Bowl Shade Beauties 1933–1955


Nearly universal in the bedrooms of the 1930s and 1940s, these pretty and popular fixtures have lost none of their charm since.

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Straw Opalescent Shades


Straw Opalescent is the authentic period name for a distinctive type of lighting glass with an unusual pale yellow tone and beautiful opalescent translucency.

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