Yes… we were caught like “a deer in the headlights” when we first saw pictures of this amazing chandelier. The lamp is a bouquet using 16 of our original 1915 Automobile Headlight Pendents. The lenses are all antique glass and came from early Model T Fords. Susana Simonpietri of Chango & Co. used the collection of […]
We’ve commissioned Photographer Peter Tenzer to shoot interior vignettes for our next book. It will feature industrial lighting from EarlyElectrics.com, combined with props and furniture from the extensive Radio-Guy.com collection. All the items pictured are available at our showroom/warehouse. The Early Electrics showroom is housed in a 100+ year old industrial complex. We can’t think […]
We’ve commissioned Photographer Peter Tenzer to shoot interior vignettes for our next book. It will feature industrial lighting and furniture from our extensive collection. The Early Electrics showroom is housed in a 100+ year old industrial complex. We can’t think of a better backdrop for this project. For further information contact Steve Erenberg at email@example.com
Architects, Designers and Decorators have found us and we’re making it easier for them. Nowadays you can find a Starbucks coffee shop on every corner. On the web EarlyElectrics.com is almost as easy to find. We just opened a new store front on VandM.com and are placing some of our latest finds there. You can […]
It’s Fashion Week here in New York City and we’re showing one of our own designs, the EarlyElectrics.com T-Shirt. Although the shirts are not for sale there is good news. You can have one for FREE, but only our customers get to wear one of these status symbols.
Radio-Guy has been invited to join 1stdibs.com. Under the Radio-Guy name we will bring the best in antique industrial lighting as well as our strange and oddball mix of antique objects. It’s one more place to find us. Pay us a visit. Steve Erenberg Prop.
Our latest buying trip included Eastern Europe and Paris. As usual we found some wonderful new things. Unfortunately the best can only be brought home in pictures. The lamps pictured above can be found in Prague’s 1911 Art Nouveau masterpiece “The Municipal House”. The elaborately decorative café and restaurants are amazing. In contrast you will […]
This Country Home article appeared a number of months ago but is well done and still worth seeing. We were happy to lend them most of the lamps pictured.