Use of the forged lamp
During the Middle Ages the forged lamps were used in the churches and monasteries. The light was made by wicks. In the nobles' houses and castles, there were pendant lamps with a lot of lights. In the Gothic Ages, XV and XVI centuries, the lamps were made with bronze or iron branches with a lot of ornaments.
Forged lamp "spider" model
In the XVIII century the "spider" lamps were very common. They were made with pendant crystals, some of those coming straight from precious rocks.
Forged lamp nowadays
It's usually used in rustic or medieval spaces. It's very common to see these laps in rustic or mountain houses, or any other place with medieval decoration. There aren't so many blacksmiths working the wrought iron, because it requires skills, abilities but also a perfect tecnique.
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