Lamps, the term has been through very many modifications since the 18th century. In 1815, the miner’s safety lamps were introduced as lanterns were not that usable and may have caused accidents. After a while neon lights were invented.
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From the beginning of the 1990s, the lamps that came into the market, requires lesser energy, were cheaper than the lamps available before and were safer to use too. The current lamps do not use mercury and are no threat to human life.
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Retro style lamp designs come in a number of variations. If we refer to retro lamp it could be the style that was prevalent around 80 years ago or more. During that time inspiration was taken from nature. For instance Garlic/ onion shaped lamps looked real nice and look very creative in current times as well. All that is needed is taste for having such lamps.
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If you are planning to keep the lamp near or inside your kitchen, you may imagine a kettle base with a rectangular shade. The design may look real dramatic and just right as per the ambience. If you are a student or the kinds who spends more time reading, then banker’s lamps are just right.