Chandelier Floor Lamp
It was Chandelier Floor Lamp -with oil or grease on the surface and floated the wick (lamp mode), usually by drilling a floating material (cork) to keep it upright. The Roman lamp had two holes. The center was to refill fuel and on the other side, usually in peak shape, whereby the wick out. They are more elaborately decorated with mythological images, in the shape of animals or human bust, receiving a name and other LYCHNOS between the Greeks and the Romans lucerne.While preference was given to sail east, he developed an oil lamp shaped plate with carved feet.
chandelier floor lamp, with elegant handle and if one or more peaks are closed or with something bent or wavy edges if they are open (and these are usually Phoenician), but the bronze has wavy or extended forms variety of ornamental appendages and sometimes inlaid with silver or gold often
Chandelier floor lamp design. Pillared hall of the Silk Exchange. Valencia. In the Byzantine era comes the most common, the floating wick. The early church and the monastic orders used to be on permanently before the tabernacle, spreading across Europe. Medieval lamps appear to be a derivation of the Renaissance large lamps that still contained in the churches