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Victorian and Edwardian style lighting stems from a time during the beginning of the Victorian era when,homes were still predominantly lit by candles made from fat and beeswax, along with the occasional oil lamp. However, the period saw success in technical developments in many areas, including the ability to light an entire room with a single light fitting. This could be achieved through gas lighting. Originally only used in street lighting, gas made its way into Victorian homes in the 1860’s, often as wall lights to provide light for staircases.
Throughout the reign of Victoria, technical advancements allowed for the most change in our lighting that had been seen in centuries.

Candle and oil lamps were instantly improved by piped gas lamps which allowed for more ornate designs, features like glass shades and ornate brass work such as scrolls, and detailed castings were used for more opulent styles. This style of lighting is still perfect today in Victorian and Edwardian homes and it can also suit more modern homes as well.

Exterior lighting throughout the Victorian era became popular, with many wealthy homeowners wanting to showcase their properties by illuminating them at night. The late Victorian adoption of electric lamps revolutionised lighting for the masses. Lighting became a permanent feature of a building’s makeup. The Limehouse Lamp Company offers several collections of Victorian and Edwardian style lighting products.

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