When neon lighting technology hit the scene in the early 20th century, it was a dazzling sensation. Manufacturers called it “light without heat,” and incredible signage featuring flickering, flashing letters, arrows and stripes began dotting avenues all over the nation. At [Rejuvenation](http://www.rejuvenation.com), we have an on-going love affair with antique signage, particularly restored neon. With New Year’s Eve approaching, a time when the night is lit by bright bulbs and celebratory fireworks, we thought this would be the perfect time to share some of our favorite glow-in-the-dark relics!
You can bask in the glory of our vintage neon in any Rejuvenation store, including our Los Angeles location, which features a Hollywood-inspired installation called Neon Alley.
Neon Alley lights up our Los Angeles store.
Our website also hosts a large collection of restored neon, ripe for your perusal:
Double-Sided Neon Eagle Sign, c. 1950s.
Neon Eagle detail – incredible tube bending!
Double-Sided Neon Star Sign, c. 1940.
Neon Liquor Sign w/ Porcelain Faceplates, c. 1940 – party responsibly!
Double-Sided EAT Sign, c. 1950.
May your 2016 be glowingly bright!