LAMPTASTIC, Turkish Style Lighting


 Turkish Style Lighting

How did it all start for us? Our journey started in Turkey, this is where it all began, completely mesmerized by the unique and total beauty of the Turkish Lamps.

I heard over and over again in all the shops, how can I get these home safely? and this being the main reason that deterred people from purchasing them.

So once I arrived home, I worked hard to find a work with a manufacturer, I could work with and trust to deliver the results I was looking for, which was 100% satisfaction. This took many weeks of research and meetings to be completely sure that they would be able to deliver what I and you wanted, which in essence is what we pay for, a beautiful Turkish Lamp. 


Turkish Style Lighting,

When High Quality Material and creativity come together. 

All of our items are designed to be unique.

Once you have these lamps in your home, if you go anywhere even paradise, you will miss your home.

Glass making as a valued profession goes back hundreds of years in Turkey and is thought by most historians to have reached its zenith in the 16th century.

Glass products of this time including flower vases, carafes, drinking glasses, sugar bowls, flasks and more exhibit and amazing delicacy and are examples of the highly-developed aesthetic sensibilities of the artisans of the time.

 It is during this time that the historical record first takes note of oil lamps with colourful glass shades that would become the precursors of the Turkish Lamps we know today.

The Turkish Glass Lamp

shade spent several centuries being refined and reworked and having its aesthetic breadth expanded and elaborated upon. By the late 19th century it has reached an extraordinary level of elegance and sophistication.

 It was this time that Louis Comfort Tiffany, on one of his many European sojourns, first encountered them. He was so taken aback with what he had found in Constantinople (present day Istanbul) that he returned to his American workshop and set about to try to emulate it.

Tiffany made subtle changes to the production process and also tweaked the look of the glass itself to set them apart from their Byzantine progenitors then launched the new product in 1893 to a rapturous reception from consumers on both sides of the Atlantic.

From that point on the mosaic table lamp, which had been developed and refined in Asia Minor for hundreds of years, became widely known as the ‘Tiffany Lamp

We are lovers of Turkish Lamps, the skill and time that goes into creating these masterpieces all by hand is second to none.

Turkish lamps are the perfect addition to any home to complement the decor.

We cannot deny that Turkish lamps exist in a class of its own. These lamps have been traced as far back as two millennials ago in Asian Minor. 

They are a beauty to behold and not as expensive as people think they are. 

Turkish Lamps have fundamental qualities and unequaled ability to create and uplifting atmosphere that just puts you in a better mood instantly.

The mosaic lamp has evolved over time to become a nearly indispensable addition to any sophisticated décor. The warmth and charm they bring to a space, combined with the tactile quality of their construction and the sheer beauty of the light they cast makes them perfect anchoring element in the study, The foyer, the kitchen and elsewhere. Few other decorative components will exude such and influence over the way your home is experienced, and fewer still will be capable of doing so for decades to come.

For those looking for amazing Turkish Mosaic Lamps, Lamptastic has an unlimited selection. Whether table lamps or hanging lamps all of our lamps are of the same high quality and every and are every bit the equal of anything produced today with the name Tiffany attached. What’s even better is you won’t be paying the premium the Tiffany name brings to their product, instead you will pay a fair price for a beautifully crafted Mosaic Lamp made by hand, by dedicated craftsmen.