The lamps are described as "Custom Handmade Copper and Brass Lighting given an acid bath patina then hand rubbed with recycled car oil. Shades made of mica, plants, petals and fabrics and finished with polymers." I also had a choice of finials and picked the flower. My photos don't do the lamp justice. It is gorgeous and you can only guess at the hours taken to create one, each an obvious labor of love. There is pride of workmanship here and I feel very fortunate to have passed by their corner on my way out of the show.
The following photos start off with their designers, Trenny Robb and Bob Michaud, and then you will see their other lamps on display. Trenny and Bob were obviously very busy as there was a lot of interest in their corner, but they were warm and friendly, took time to talk and were a joy to meet. You can take a look at their company website called High Beams if you click here. They very kindly gave me their permission to take photos and put them on my blog. Trenny also showed me some of her designs in a book on graph paper and I did take a photo. I would have loved to pour through them, all works of art in themselves, but I won't be sharing it as impressed as I was. I thought that would be taking too much of a liberty with someone's personal design to share here. Gregg also took several photos as he his eye caught the many patterns he saw in each creation. He was as impressed as I was.
Here are Gregg's photos.
This one I am going to be using in my header for a while.
Absolutely beautiful, with that old world look to them that I adore. Thank you Trenny and Bob and see you next year!