Wrought Iron Light
There is truly a wrought iron light for every situation, every place and every occasion. A wrought iron light
adds a touch of romance, history and nostalgia, because there has been some form of wrought iron light holder since
the people in the Iron Age realized that iron does not burn. Everybody loves a wrought iron light!
Wrought Iron Light
There is one thing for certain, if you are looking for a wrought iron light, you will not have a lack of choice.
Wrought iron light holders are as popular now as they were 2,000 years ago. The only difference is that back then,
wrought iron light holders were used to carry torches and nowadays they are more likely to carry electric light
People still use wrought iron wall sconces to carry oil, candles, and electric lights. In fact, the wrought iron
light turns up in many guises, such as floor lamps, table lamps and candelabra.
We will take a closer look at the wrought iron light in some of its forms on other pages on this website, but
here is a brief outline of some of the most popular wrought iron light holders available.
Wrought Iron Floor Lamps
Wrought iron floor lamps can come in the form of replica street lamps. The old style Victorian and Edwardian gas
street lamps of more than 100 years ago are to be found in the hallways of many homes, replicated as wrought iron
floor lamps and they look very effective too. However, if this is not to your taste, do not worry because there are
many kinds of wrought iron floor lamps on the market.
Wrought Iron Table Lamps
Wrought iron table lamps come in many shapes and sizes, but even the smaller wrought iron table lamps are
sufficiently heavy to be stable in a situation where they could easily be knocked over. Some beautiful wrought iron
table lamps come in the form of candelabra or with Tiffany lamp shades. If you are looking for wrought iron table
lamps, you will be spoiled for choice.
Wrought Iron Candelabra
Wrought iron candelabra have been very popular for at least 2,000 years. Before candles were invented, wrought
iron candelabra carried wells of oil and floating wicks. They were later replaced with candles and nowadays many
modern wrought iron candelabra carry small light bulbs, some of which imitate flickering flames. Most wrought iron
candelabra have three stems, but the famous Jewish menorah has nine.
Decorative Candle Holders
There are some fantastic decorative candle holders on the market, but the most popular decorative candle holders
are the ones made of wrought iron. One form of decorative candle holders is the wrought iron wall sconce and
another is the wrought iron candelabrum. Aromatic candles look great in decorative candle holders and create a
by Owen Jones