Lighting cannot be missed anywhere in the house.

The oldest lamps date back to prehistoric times. Typically they were stone bowls containing a wick that burned in animal fat. Oil lamps from ancient Greece and Rome were fed with olive oil.

Petroleum lamps were introduced in 1859 as the successor to the oil lamp. In addition, the gas lamp also appeared in the same century.

During the second industrial revolution where the separation of light source and luminaire simplified maintenance. It also allowed better (and especially cheaper) use of light for decorative arts.

Thus, for indoor lighting, the table lamp, the desk lamp, the (floor-standing) floor lamp and the chandelier were created in addition to the ceiling lamp and the pendant lamp.

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