Friday, April 4, 2008

Dan Johnson's Antique Lighting Museum

Antique lighting is the main attention item for Dan Johnson's antique lighting museum. You will see many kind of vintage items such chandeliers, mini pendants, sconces, table lamps, bulbs, glass or cranberry shades. Some of these can enhance the beauty of your furniture in your home or office.

Being an historical and classical person, I think by bringing the old collectibles of various illumination can return us to the past of life. Nowadays, I think it is difficult to find such as museum which can offer a wide range of rare lighting. Dan Johnson is one of the finest museums which has many selection of vintage lights and lamps. I bet you will enjoy the trip there.

You can view their antiques online at or just visit the museum in 7 Route 28, Orleans, MA 02653. If you like these old lights, you can buy them also. I'm certain that they will treat you very personally and give the best service that they have been recognized for.

List of items that are available at the museum:

  • arts and crafts, deco, gas/electric, two and three arm/drop, four or more arm/drop, hanging domes, and very rare chandelier.
  • collectible lighting marked Chase.
  • nautical, whimsical, very rare antique ceiling mounts.
  • bird, deco, flower, holophane lead crystal, all white glass, etched, frosted and/or cut shade, opalescent colored shade, gas, kerosene and oil conversion electric, arts and crafts, interesting collectibles, and very rare antique pendants.
  • single arm, multiple or single arm holophane, holophane type shade, single, and very sconces.
  • hard to find direct wall mounts.
  • arts and crafts, deco, holophane, jeweler's, nautical, whimsical, and rare table lamps.
  • candelabra.
  • outdoor post.
  • porch lamps.
  • rare shades.

Dan Johnson's antique lighting museum is not limited to light but it also exhibit miscellaneous collectibles such as door stops and spoons. If you are looking for ideas for your dream house, then visit the place. I think you will able to find something there.

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