The two most important factors in identifying an antique table lamp are the style and markings found under the lamp base or elsewhere on the lamp. Style and markings can lead to the manufacturer and period of origin. Abs... More »

To identify a real Victorian table lamp, first identify the manufacturer and the lamp's date of production. This information is generally found as markings on the bottom of the lamp in the form of letters, numbers or cer... More » Home & Garden Antiques

Antique Lamp Supply, Macy's and Chairish are among the retailers that sell antique-styled glass lamps, as of 2015. The available inventory, merchandise condition and prices vary by retailer. More » Home & Garden Antiques

When identifying an antique lamp, consumers may need to determine the history, age and period of the lamp to assess its historical relevance. This can be done by examining the lighting fixture for casting or foundry mark... More »

To identify antique stoneware markings, people should first determine what letters or numbers the mark consists of and then look the mark up on the website of an auction house, such as Crocker Farm, Inc. It may also help... More »

There are multiple factors that help to determine the age of furniture. Being able to recognize these features takes time and research. An item is generally considered an antique if it's more than 100 years old. More » Home & Garden Antiques

Universal Lighting and Decor’s Flesner brushed steel accent table lamp with USB port and the Surpars House Minimalist solid wood bedside lamp are two highly rated bedside reading lamps on Two other highly rat... More » Home & Garden Decor Lighting