lamps. Friday , July 07th , 2017 - 01:20:39 AM
In Jackson Hole, WY the town's square is decorated with arches made from Elk antlers. It is certainly unique, and you can create the same look with antler lamps. Small lamps are made from whitetail deer antlers while large light fixtures such as chandeliers may have tiers of elk antlers with rawhide lampshades. One of the most popular lamps is created using moose antlers, unmistakable with their great dark palms and beautiful dark rawhide lamp shades.
The 50s were considered the prime time of swag lamps, but they didn't get their top popularity until the 70s. Basically, there was almost no kitchen or house corner without one or more swag lamps hanging over. When plastic became part of all industrial manufacturing sectors, it is easy to understand why swag lamps were both easy to produce and maintain, and plastic was the major primary matter they have been made of ever since. The name of "swag lamps" comes from the hanging technique by means of two hooks with a "swag" in between. This model came to replace other popular kinds of lighting systems that were used in mid 20th century.
Because these salt lamps are natural air purifiers, they are helpful for people with respiratory problems like asthma. In fact Speleotherapy is an alternative form of treatment for asthma patients in Eastern Europe which involves spending a few hours a day in underground salt mines for a few months.
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