Antique Japanese Lamps
We offer you our collection of vintage Japanese lamps, created by expert lamp makers in Japan. These are beautiful and perfectly represent Japanese culture and style in every carving and paint application. Every time you turn one of these exotic lamps on, you'll feel a strong connection to Japanese culture, and we offer a wide selection to pick from.
Try one of the various antique Japanese lamps if you want a vibrant, ornately adorned lamp. These home décor accents that guide us in the right direction come in cream, dark brown, blue, red, and green colours. They belong in living rooms, bedrooms, corridors, entranceways, and anywhere else you want to put a beautiful, elegant throwback. The Cloisonné and Satsuma styles/techniques are two that are frequently used in vintage Japanese table lamps.
What distinguishes Japanese lamps?
This type of object is distinguished by the use of enamel to embellish a piece of furniture with vibrant patterns. The piece's patterns are divided into sections. The sections were initially divided with wire, although later wire was not always used. Cloisonné ornaments often feature birds, trees, plants, buildings, and sometimes people.
A Japanese vase lamp is an illustration of a cloisonné piece. It has bands of deep blue, white, red, and grey that are all different colours. These stunning and rare lamps feature dragons and birds. It looks great in an antique-filled room, on a table in the foyer, in a bedroom, a bathroom, or wherever you want a tall table lamp that proudly celebrates Japanese culture. These vintage Japanese lamps have two lamp bulb sockets and a spherical base.
Lamptreasure has a wide selection of genuine antique Japanese table lamps. Every vintage Japanese lamp was meticulously crafted, frequently using metal, ceramic, and porcelain. You've looked far and wide for the ideal vintage oriental Japanese lamp, and we have both examples from the 18th century and more modern examples from the 20th century. A Victorian, Art Nouveau, or Arts and Crafts-styled antique Japanese lamp is typically a well-liked item of decor. Over the years, several designers have created at least one well-made reproduction of an old and rare Japanese lamp, but Satsuma, Liberty of London, and Imari Porcelain's creations are frequently regarded as some of the most stunning.