An antiqued wood and brass table lamp, above a cast base of splayed lion capital legs with anthemion decoration surmounted by an anthemion mounted shade. The original Regency, circa 1810 .
We use the time-honoured techniques of lost wax casting, sand casting and wrought iron in our very own foundry. From the hand carved wax to hand polishing and finishing, these processes take time and great care to meet our meticulous standards.
Our lighting includes the largest variety of materials and techniques of all our products. Marble, glass, wood, ceramics and metals are expertly brought together to complete our intricate designs. Each shade is specifically designed for each individual lamp, taking up to eight hours to complete.
Our craftsmen select wood based on beauty, colour and suitability to each individual piece. We still use traditional furniture making, wood working techniques and materials to ensure enduring quality in every one of our products.
Frequently dust exposed surfaces with a clean, damp natural cloth. Dry the surface with another clean, dry cloth. Infrequently polish your furniture (a few times a year at most) with a non-silicon-base furniture polish made by a reputable manufacturer, taking care to follow the instructions.
Frequently dust exposed surfaces with a clean, damp natural cloth. Dry the surface with another clean, dry cloth. Infrequently polish your furniture (a few times a year at most) with a non-silicon-base furniture polish made by a reputable manufacturer, taking care to follow the instructions. Bear in mind that one manufacturer’s furniture care products should never be used in combination with another. Product formulations are unique to each manufacturer and are made to blend with another, so using different polishes may cause build-up that can appear cloudy or dull over time, and/or feel sticky to the touch. Always polish or dust with a motion that follows the grain of the wood to avoid scratching the surface, and allow polish to dry completely before replacing any objects on the surface.
Theodore Alexander lampshades are meticulously handmade by skilled craftspeople. Most shades simply require a light dusting with a feather duster or soft brush to remove dust. Vacuum using smooth, light strokes with the small bristle attachment found on most vacuum cleaners, or gently wipe with a soft, clean cloth.
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