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0-10V Dimming
0-10V dimming is a lighting control method where the dimmer itself is powered with direct current voltage (DC) that operates between 0 and 10 volts to control the light output for an Alternating Current (AC) powered light source. One of the earliest and simplest electronic lighting control signaling systems, it was first used as an early fluorescent dimming system and is still used today. 0-10V dimming is the simplest control system available for quality lighting and it has become a reliable LED dimming control protocol. 0-10V controlled lighting can be scaled so that at 10V, the smoothly controlled light can be at 100% of its potential output. At 0V, it should be at the lowest possible dimming level. Commercial 0-10V dimmers and residential 0-10V dimmers are offered for lighting in a wide range of environments.

 

2nd Ave Lighting
2nd Ave Lighting is a leading American manufacturer and designer of custom decorative lighting. In 2009 2nd Ave joined the Meyda Tiffany family of lighting companies as a strategic acquisition. The company was founded in 1979 and today offers made to order, custom and customizable chandeliers, pendants, lanterns, street lamps and other fixtures, primarily to the hospitality design & residential community. The company manufactures upscale bespoke lighting with an emphasis on hand applied premium finishes and lens materials. Scale and proportion are optimized with luminance by integrating impeccable designs to meet clients' aesthetic vision and functional requirements, whether it's a one-of-a-kind masterpiece or a complete theme. In collaboration with designers, architects, and builders, 2nd Ave has created decorative lighting fixtures customized for residential, senior living, hotels, casinos, country clubs and restaurants throughout the U.S. and abroad. This division of Meyda Lighting has also developed streetscape lighting projects for master planned communities, resorts and cities.

 

Accent Lamp
A portable lamp that usually has a shade from 9" to 14" wide and height no taller than 24". Accent lamps are offered in a wide variety of shade colors, base finishes and materials that enhance the ambiance and allure of any space. Floral Tiffany lamps, Mission lamps, and Bungalow lamp designs are stunners. Beautiful styles include Rustic Lamps, Stained Glass Lamps, Tiffany Lily designs, decorative lamps with fabric shades, and many others. This collection includes the highly sought after line of Stained Glass Lighthouses and Tiffany Lighted Sculptures such as Santa, The Snowman, Locomotive Train, Nutcracker Soldier and Gingerbread House. Perfect for lighting up a nook or corner and an excellent gift option.

 

Accent Lighting
Localized and directional lighting used to highlight or focus attention on a specific object or space and can add drama to a room or outdoor space. As part of a decorating scheme and often incorporated into custom lighting designs, Accent Lighting is used to direct illumination on paintings, pottery, plants, artifacts and other objects, highlight the texture of a wall, drapery or outside landscaping, and wash a wall. Accent lighting, used with spots, picture lights, recessed fixtures or wall sconces, requires at least three times as much light on the focal point. However, sometimes accent lighting can be defined as an accent piece, such as a uniquely decorative chandelier, wall sconce or lighting fixture with a design that enhances the decor.

 

Acorn Lighting
A nature inspired icon that is usually featured in beautiful rustic stained glass lighting and created with the famous copper foil construction. The Acorn profile is often adorned with stunning metal Oak leaf branches and accents as a chandelier, ceiling flushmount, ceiling semi-flushmount, and pendant. The fruit of an Oak Tree found in New England, Texas, the Southeast and other regions of the U.S., the Acorn serves as inspiration to beautiful functional lighted designs. Often a staple for many rustic lighting themes, the Acorn lighting collection is as timeless as the oak tree itself.

 

ADA Compliant Lighting
Required to ensure that disabled individuals can pass through buildings in a safe manner. ADA (The Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design) compliant lighting guarantees that buildings are easily accessible for those with disabilities. Enacted in 1992, for the purpose of eliminating discrimination against people with disabilities. A wall light can be no more than 4 inches from the wall and it must be mounted between 27 inches to 80 inches above the finished floor, in walkways, halls, corridors, passageways or aisles. While many wall sconces meet this requirement, others may need to be customized to adhere to this criteria. The ADA requires that light switches be placed anywhere from 15 to 48 inches on the wall. Learn more with our online article A Guide to ADA Compliant Lighting.

 

Adirondack Lighting Style
A popular rustic indoor and outdoor lighting fixture style that was advanced by Meyda Co-Founder Meyer Cohen on the front porch of his summer studio in Old Forge in Upstate New York, nearly 50 years ago. This style is exemplified in the famous lanterns which were designed and handcrafted of beautiful stained glass as pendants and wall sconces that can be seen adorning camps, lake houses and vacation homes throughout the Adirondack Mountains. Modern mountain lighting designs serve as the inspiration for many homeowners that love this relaxing vibe. This rustic decorative lighting design includes natural materials such as driftwood and reclaimed wood, pops of color and whimsical accents. The Adirondack Style is also evidenced by the highly popular Adirondack Chairs but also includes such popular design themes as Cabin Decor; Modern Cabin Lighting; and Wildlife Lighting styles. Many designers are inspired to create a rustic made-to-order offering that comprises animals, acorns, pinecones and other nature inspired motifs. This style can be used in the mountain and lake regions of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, the Blue Mountains of Penn., the Appalachian Mountains of the Virginias, and the Pacific Northwest.

 

Adjustable Ceiling Fixture
Lighting fixture that attaches or is suspended from ceiling that has some type of adjustability whether it is the height, width, depth, shade/lens position or beam angle (optics). Oftentimes, this fixture can be adjusted to aim the light in some direction. Adjustable ceiling fixtures can include Modern Cascading Chandeliers, Contemporary Fabric Shade Oblong Pendants, flush mounts and semi-flush mounts, as well as track and recessed downlight fixtures. The overall height of many suspended pendants and chandeliers can be adjusted in the field for spaces with varying ceiling heights.


Adjustable Lamp
Portable lamp that has some type of adjustability whether it is the height, width or shade position and will add beauty to your home. It takes the functionality of lighting to a higher level while providing decorative value. It includes Tiffany styled Stained Glass Table, Desk and Floor lamps, as well as Fabric Shade Swing Arm Bedside Lamps that mount to walls.

 

Adjustable Wall Fixture
A fixture that attaches or can be hung from a wall, such as a wall sconce or vanity light, that has some type of adjustability whether it is the height, width, depth, shade/lens position, or beam angle (optics). Also includes wall fixtures such as a swing arm, reading fixture, or bedside fixture. Oftentimes, this fixture can be adjusted to aim the light in some direction.


Alabaster
Alabaster is a soft, fine-grained sedimentary gypsum rock with a smooth, translucent appearance that creates a warm glow to enhance any room of your home. An alabaster lamp or lighting fixture shade can be made of alabaster stone which is much like marble in that it is quarried, cut and made into shades and bowls. Alabaster creates a warm, rich look, with each piece being completely unique. Each piece of alabaster varies in color, tint and pattern and no two alabaster lighting fixtures are identical.

 

Ambient Lighting
Also known as general lighting, ambient lighting provides an area with overall, non-specific illumination that sets the tone of the room. Ambient lighting radiates a comfortable level of brightness, enabling one to see and walk about safely. It can be accomplished with Custom Chandeliers and Pendants, Tiffany Ceiling Fixtures, or Rustic Wall-mounted fixtures, recessed or track lighting or with Outdoor Craftsman Lighting Fixtures. A basic form of lighting that replaces sunlight, ambient lighting is fundamental to lighting a home, hospitality location or commercial environment. Positioning functional luminaires around the perimeter or a chandelier in the center of a room can help the room look larger and provide an overall comfortable level of light. For more control over the brightness and mood of the room, use Lighting Dimmers that can control illumination according to the daylight and the progression of the day into nighttime. This is one of the Four Layers of Light.- see Task Lighting, Accent Lighting and Decorative Lighting

 

American Lighting Association (ALA)
The American Lighting Association is a trade association representing the lighting industry including those who design, manufacture and sell lighting fixtures, light bulbs, lighting controls and ceiling fans. This professional organization is comprised of lighting store retailers, lighting manufacturers, sales representatives, and lighting designers. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, the ALA undertakes public affairs, education efforts, and organizational affairs throughout the US.


Amperes (Amps)
Amp is short for Ampere and a standard unit to define measurements of electricity or the intensity of electrical current. In incandescent lamps or bulbs, the current is related to voltage and power as follows: Watts (power) = Volts x Amps (current). While an amp measures electricity, a Volt is the measurement of the electromotive force in an electrical circuit or device and represents the difference in potential that drives amps to flow through the circuit, and equal to a flow of one coulomb per second. A Watt is a unit of electrical power used to indicate power consumption, and equivalent to one joule per second, corresponding to the power in an electrical circuit in which the potential difference is one volt and the current one amp.

 

Antler Lighting
Unique rustic light fixtures handcrafted using sustainably harvested, naturally shed Antlers from Elk, Deer and Moose. No two antlers are exactly alike and a wide variation may be expected from piece to piece. Antlers are used to create magnificent rustic chandeliers, pendants, wall sconces and other fixtures and lamps. Antlers are used to design rustic decorative lighting and other themes including farmhouse and bohemian. Very popular in the Rocky Mountains, the Adirondacks and other regions of the U.S. and Canada. Large Antler Chandeliers are ideal for a great room, a man cave, and other appropriate spaces. Contact the manufacturer to specify a custom design or custom size.


Anodized Finish
A highly durable and abrasion-resistant finish consisting of a protective thin, near transparent coating of aluminum oxide on the surface of an aluminum reflector. An anodized finish is particularly durable in high-traffic areas where the coating is subject to physical abuse and abrasive cleaners. Anodic coatings do not peel, chip, flake, or chalk. There are some unique considerations to understand before selecting an anodized finish. First, part and fixture sizes may be restricted to the size of the finish application immersion tank. The tank is required for the electrochemical finishing process that is indicative of anodizing. Second, exact color matching (although totally possible) may be costly and time consuming to produce.

Antique Finish
An Antique Finish simulates the look of aging. It is often accomplished by wiping a dark pigment across a metal or wooden component of a lighting fixture or lamp base. Popular finishes include Antique Brass, Antique Copper, Antique Iron Gate, Antique Black, Antique Rust and more. Fabric shades can also have an antique finish such as Antique White and Antique Cream.


Aperture
An aperture is the opening of a fixture through which light is projected. Apertures are offered in a variety of sizes depending on the lighting fixture, its optics and the specific type of application.

 

Arts & Crafts Style Lighting
Arts and Crafts was a design movement initiated by William Morris in 1861 which aimed to improve the quality of design and make it available to the masses in an attempt to reform design and decoration in mid-19th century Britain. It was a reaction against machinery and factory production of mass produced consumer goods and a belief in craftsmanship which stresses the inherent beauty of the material, the importance of nature as inspiration, and the value of simplicity, utility, and beauty. William Morris and Gustav Stickley and Charles Rennie Mackintosh popularized the style overseas. In America, architect and furniture designer Frank Lloyd Wright created a return to the simple, functional beauty of furnishings crafted by hand. Arts & Crafts inspired other decorative lighting styles including Mission, Tiffany, Bungalow, Prairie and American Craftsman genres.


A-Type Lamp (Bulb)
A standard general service bulb that is the most common incandescent household lamp or bulb. The A designates the teardrop pear-shape of a standard light bulb that produces light. Most standard screw-base light bulbs are A types that are used in both residential and commercial applications and screw-in using an Edison screw. Most A-Type Lamps are offered as an E26 socket (medium base) compatible but GU24 base is also an option for energy efficient led and CFL lamps.

Backplate
The backplate is the hardware component of the wall lighting fixture that covers the electrical junction box. Backplates are offered in a variety of sizes and shapes to suspend the fixture, and available in different finishes and materials to coordinate with the lighting fixture designs.


Banker's Lamp
A desk or table lamp that typically features an oblong shade. It is characterized by a stand, and often with a green glass shade that is called Emeralite, but additional colors and design aesthetics often follow the overall shape profile. The lovely shade is usually embraced by an exquisitely designed base offered in various handsome finishes. This elegant beauty will grace desks and tabletops for illumination to read by. It is often used in home offices, commercial offices and libraries throughout the United States.


BDNY - Boutique Design New York
Boutique Design New York (BDNY) is a leading trade fair and conference for hospitality’s boutique and lifestyle design community including hotels, resorts, cruise lines and more. BDNY provides the practical and experiential aspects of hospitality design, with unique gathering spaces, design challenges and myriad networking events on the exhibit floor. For two days each November, this major trade show brings together designers, architects, purchasing agents, hoteliers, owners and developers together with inventive manufacturers of design elements, including customized lighting fixtures, for hospitality interiors and exteriors for a highly curated experience. 2nd Ave Lighting, a leading manufacturer of custom lighting for the hospitality industry, exhibits at the show, along with other leading manufacturers and suppliers.

 

Billiard Lighting (also Pool Table Lighting)
Billiard Lighting is the name of fixtures that provide optimal illumination on a billiard table’s playing surface so players can see the balls and play the game with visual comfort and ease. Also called pool table lights, the fixtures are not designed to illuminate the surrounding room, players, or the floor, they are decorative fixtures that illuminate the table. Fixtures include oblong pendants and chandeliers with rectangular or oval shaped shades that are typically suited for suspension over a billiard table. Tiffany and other Stained glass billiard lights are available, as well as Modern LED and Rustic pool table lights. A variety of shade colors, designs and finishes are available. Billiard fixtures are also known as oblong pendants and may be used over a dining table, counter space or a bar.

 

Build Your Own (also see Craftsman Signature Series)
To meet your exterior and interior custom lighting needs, our Build Your Own line or Craftsman Signature Series features Brass and Copper fixtures with unlimited combinations of styles, functions, sizes and finishes. The series features Outdoor Lanterns for patios and decks including wall sconces, pier mounts, post mounts, and deck lights, as well as indoor fixtures such as chandeliers, pendants, wall fixtures and portable lamps. Outdoor fixtures include fixtures crafted of Marine grade materials like brass and copper and timeless living finishes are offered to endure harsh climates. This completely configurable product line includes popular profiles such as Hyde Park, Fulton, Stillwater, Seneca and other customizable styles. A variety of diffuser colors are offered in Art Glass, Mica and Idalight, as well as a wide array of stunning metal finishes such as Craftsman Brown, Verdigris, Antique and Vintage Copper.

 

CCT or Correlated Color Temperature
Color temperature (Correlated Color Temperature, or CCT) is essentially a gauge of how yellow or blue the color of light emitted from a light source appears. CCT is measured in Kelvin. The letter K is added as a suffix behind the value typically between 2200K and 6500K. A warm light is around 2700K or less, neutral or crisp white white at around 3000K-4000K, and cool white at 5000K or more. Warmer temperatures are generally used in dining areas such as restaurants and home theaters for a more intimate setting while cooler light temperatures are used for a clean crisp light to create alertness in hospitals and offices.

 

Chandel-Airs
Meyda's exclusive, award-winning lighting design features a customized fan integrated lighting design. Stunning light designs feature diffusers crafted of glass, micas, Idalight and fabric. The fixtures are complemented with a variety of handsome metal finishes. Layered lighting can be customized on most Chandel-Air fixtures with accent lights for task illumination, inner lamps for decorative lighting, and uplights for ambient lighting. Gentle breezes are created by the fan spinning quietly in the center. In summer, the fan pushes down a windchill that circulates to keep the space cool and comfortable. In winter, the fan is reversed to pull the room air up towards the ceiling and force the warm air back down and circulate to create warmth. The Chandel-Airs are UL and cUL listed for damp and dry locations. Offered with a wide range of customizable designs, diffusers, sizes and finishes, Chandel-Airs can be designed to complement rustic, contemporary and many other types of decor, in residential, hospitality and commercial settings. See Nature Inspired Chandel-Airs, Modern Chandel-Airs and other popular designs.

   

Color Rendering Index (CRI)
CRI or the Color Rendering Index is an industry measurement of the ability of a light source to reveal the true colors of objects, in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. The CRI is expressed on a scale from 0 to 100 percent and is most commonly used to measure the quality of a Light emitting diode (LED) in an integrated LED fixture or lamp, as incandescent lamps naturally have a high CRI. The higher the CRI, the better the color rendition capacity, and the lower the number, then color rendering is of a lesser quality. Light sources with a high CRI are desirable in color-critical applications such as neonatal care and artwork display. A good CRI is usually 80 or 90, but LEDs with >90 are much higher quality.

Compact Fluorescent (CFL)
Also called a CFL bulb or lamp, these are small fluorescent light sources that are sometimes used as an alternative to incandescent lighting. The bulb-lamp life is about ten times longer than incandescent lamps and is 3 to 4 times brighter. Also referred to as PLI DL, CFL or BIAX lamps. Does not have a rated life close to an LED which is much more energy efficient. Many CFLs are now being replaced with more energy efficient LEDs (light emitting diodes). CFLS are made of a glass tube filled with gases and coated on the inside with a fluorescent material. When the current is switched on, the starting mechanism produces electrons that excite the gases inside the tube which then release ultraviolet radiation. This in turn excites the coating on the inside of the tube, which emits visible light through the surface of the lamp. Disadvantages include: poor dimming capability, limited color temperature availability, cold temperature sensitivity, and slow "start-up" times.

 

Copper Foil Construction
The famous Meyda Tiffany copper foil construction process creates beautiful Tiffany styled stained glass lamps, lighting fixtures and windows. The process features narrow strips of copper tape used to wrap the edges of glass pieces that have been cut by hand into a copper foil lamp shade pattern. When wrapped, solder is applied, bonding the glass pieces together. This famous Tiffany style shade manufacturing technique was upgraded by Meyda Founder Meyer Cohen, a master craftsman and inventor who started the business as a hobby. Tiffany style copper foil lamps and lighting fixtures are handcrafted for residential, hospitality and commercial applications. Meyda later evolved into America's Premier decorative lighting manufacturing and importing company of stained glass copper foil lamp shades, Tiffany Reproductions and Meyda Original Designs. Each is a unique work of art and of heirloom quality for generations to cherish for many years to come- many offered as rustic lighting, nouveau lighting and custom lighting designs. Original Tiffanies were created with stained glass shades and windows designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany and his design studio.

 

Craftsman Signature Series (Also see Build Your Own)
To meet your exterior and interior custom lighting needs, our Build Your Own line or Craftsman Signature Series features Brass and Copper fixtures with unlimited combinations of styles, functions, sizes and finishes. The series features Outdoor Lanterns for patios and decks including wall sconces, pier mounts, post mounts, and deck lights, as well as indoor fixtures such as chandeliers, pendants, wall fixtures and portable lamps. Outdoor fixtures include fixtures crafted of Marine grade materials like brass and copper and timeless living finishes are offered to endure harsh climates. This completely configurable product line includes popular profiles such as Hyde Park, Fulton, Stillwater, Seneca and other customizable styles. A variety of diffuser colors are offered in Art Glass, Mica and Idalight, as well as a wide array of stunning metal finishes such as Craftsman Brown, Verdigris, Antique and Vintage Copper.
Cyclone Style Chandeliers
The bold, eye-catching Cyclone chandelier simulates whirling winds of energy and gyration with twisting steel that is accentuated with delicately placed beacons of light for ambient illumination. The winding mass of steel surrounds a sturdy post, all featured in a variety of metal finishes. The Cyclone styled chandelier will make an impressive design statement in lobbies, conference rooms, entryways and other residential, hospitality and commercial spaces. Cyclones are custom crafted lighting fixtures made in the USA.

Damp Listed
Damp Listed or Damp rated is a certification of a lighting fixture's ability to operate optimally with some exposure to moisture after testing in a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory such as UL (Underwriter Laboratories), ETL (Electrical Testing Laboratories) or CSA (Canadian Standards Association). Fixtures rated for damp locations can be used in rooms such as interior kitchens and baths, or in some covered outside spaces. Damp rated fixtures such as wall sconces, pendants, chandeliers and other fixtures also may be used in any place that requires Dry Location fixtures, where a light can only be used indoors in a fully protected area, but cannot be used in wet locations where there is complete exposure to the elements. However, Damp listed fixtures can be installed in some outdoor areas with limited weather exposure including: covered porches and entryways; covered gazebos, solariums, and pergolas; port cocheres; and similar spaces.

 

Deck Lighting
A Deck Light is an interior/exterior lighting fixture with a base that typically covers a 6”x6” or 8”x8” square post or column while delivering ambient illumination for your home or commercial exterior. A Deck Light can also serve as an accent or security light fixture for the outside of your home. Also known as a column-mounted light, a deck lighting fixture can set the mood for your outdoor entertaining area The Deck Light is typically wet listed for outdoor lighting applications.

 

Dark Sky Lighting
Dark Sky compliant lighting is designed to keep outdoor lighting fixtures from emitting light upward into the sky. This type of design meets "dark sky" ordinances that many cities have implemented to control light pollution. Contemporary outdoor lighting fixtures such as Modern Wall Mounts minimize light pollution and glare while meeting local government requirements. The latest fixtures also use energy efficient LEDs for energy savings, reduced maintenance and a long rated life. Different types of reflectors, shields, cut-off angles and bulb types may be used. To learn more, contact the International Dark-Sky Association which works to protect the night skies for present and future generations.


Dry Listed Lighting
Dry Listed or Dry rated is a certification of a lighting fixture's ability to operate optimally without any exposure to moisture after testing in a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory such as UL (Underwriter Laboratories), ETL (Electrical Testing Laboratories) or CSA (Canadian Standards Association). Fixtures rated for dry locations can be used in any interior space and include wall sconces, pendants, chandeliers and other fixtures where a light can only be used in a fully protected area. Dry listed portable lamps and lighting fixtures can be used in interior kitchens, dining rooms, hallways, offices, conference rooms, and reception areas.

ENERGY STAR
To earn the ENERGY STAR label, energy efficient lighting products must be third-party certified based on testing in EPA-recognized laboratories to meet their stringent requirements. This prestigious designation and label are given to consumer products that meet energy efficiency standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ENERGY STAR is a program that was established in 1992 to help businesses and consumers save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency. A wide range of ENERGY STAR-rated lighting designs are offered in today's marketplace, however there are many energy efficient lighting styles available that are not ES rated.

 

Favrile Glass Lighting
Richly colored iridescent glass developed by Louis Comfort Tiffany that is used to create magnificent lighting shades. Drapery styled, streaky and striated glass shades are handcrafted by artisans who use special tools to move and twist hot glass into folds while blending two or more colors of molten glass together. It differs from most iridescent glass because the color is ingrained in the glass itself, as well as having distinctive coloring. Tiffany won a grand prize at the 1900 Paris Exposition for his Favrile glass and used it in stained glass windows and lighting. Meyda uses beautiful Favrile Glass in its Revival Collection of early electric reproduction chandeliers, pendants and other lighting fixtures that are often handcrafted of solid brass with authentic decorative/functional accents. Meyda's famous Pond Lily table and floor lamps, chandeliers and wall sconces recreate the famous Tiffany Favrile design with beautiful mouth blown glass shades.

 

Fern Glass
Fern Glass is a type of glass created using proprietary techniques that delicately etch the glass surface resulting in a natural pattern, like frost on a window pane. Fern Glass evokes the look of needling ice-like crystallization on clear translucent glass revealed like a frosty window's shelter from frozen gusts and chill in January. This delicate, intricately patterned glass offers unique silhouettes that add an intricate layer of character to your product for nearly any application worthy of an eye-popping aesthetic. Ideal as a material to create a beautiful shade for table/floor lamps or to build striking ceiling/wall fixtures. Fern glass was used in stained glass windows in the Vatican and Manton stained glass lamp shades and windows.

Flush Mount
A Flush Mount is a lighting fixture that mounts directly to the ceiling and typically shines light downward. There is no space between the ceiling and the fixture which mounts directly to the junction box, and is not suspended with a downrod, stem, cable or cord. The design of the light enables the fixture to sit flush or nearly flush with the ceiling surface. We define a Flush Mount as a fixture that is approximately 3 inches or less between the shade and the ceiling, or it has multiple shades that hang individually from a pan, like a shower flushmount with a total drop less than 12 inches. These fixtures include Tiffany flush mounts, LED flush mounts, Modern flush mounts and others in a variety of styles and finishes, and with standard light sources. Ideal for spaces with lower ceilings and to prevent dust and debris from the lamp and shade.

Fused Glass
Fused Glass is the art glass created by melting two or more pieces of glass by heat in a kiln including “tack fusing” which combines pieces of glass that are heated until they are hot enough to stick together and retain many of their own original characteristics. No two pieces are exactly alike. Fused glass can be used as a lamp shade or diffuser in pendants, sconces and other fixtures to create unique glass textures and stunning color/design combinations. Fused Glass lighting is created with hot glass fabrication techniques mastered in our Quality Bent Glass division. Traditional workmanship, high fire kilns and original tools are used to slump and fuse glass in the old world tradition. Sinks and countertops are extreme examples of these custom capabilities. Fused glass lamp shades and lighting fixtures can be customized to your specifications with colors, designs and sizes.

 

General Lighting (see Ambient Lighting)
Also known as general lighting, ambient lighting provides an area with overall, non-specific illumination that sets the tone of the room. Ambient lighting radiates a comfortable level of brightness, enabling one to see and walk about safely. It can be accomplished with Custom Chandeliers and Pendants, Tiffany Ceiling Fixtures, or Rustic Wall-mounted fixtures, recessed or track lighting or with Outdoor Craftsman Lighting Fixtures. A basic form of lighting that replaces sunlight, ambient lighting is fundamental to lighting a home, hospitality location or commercial environment. Positioning functional luminaires around the perimeter or a chandelier in the center of a room can help the room look larger and provide an overall comfortable level of light. For more control over the brightness and mood of the room, use Lighting Dimmers that can control illumination according to the daylight and the progression of the day into nighttime. This is one of the Four Layers of Light.- see Task Lighting, Accent Lighting and Decorative Lighting.

 

Granite Glass
Granite glass is textured art glass with the appearance of granite that is applied to hot glass sheets with an embossed roller. This unique type of glass refracts light beautifully and offers stunning illumination throughout the fixture diffusers, for a mesmerizing translucent effect. Granite glass is typically used as a decorative trim such as swirling ribbons, scalloped motifs and decorative accents in popular Art Glass Pendants, Chandeliers and other Ceiling Fixtures.

 

Halogen
A halogen lamp is an incandescent lamp with a filament that is surrounded by halogen gases, allowing the filament to operate at higher temperatures. Higher working temperatures compared to other incandescent lamps result in a higher efficacy, which translates into a high lumens-per-watt ratio, and also delivers a brighter higher-quality light and prolonged life. Advantages to this lamp vs an LED equates to a perfect color rendering index (CRI) of 100 meaning that both of these types of light sources work well for illuminating sculptures, paintings and other art pieces, as well as fine interiors. Disadvantages include high energy consumption and high heat output when compared to the LED counterparts-- which could degrade the quality of the artwork on the wall or can degrade perishables in the kitchen. A variety of halogen bulbs are offered in different shapes and sizes but they are mainly used as a spotlight for ambient light and task lighting but most commonly for accent lighting when focused on artwork, trophy animals, carvings, ironworks, or fine stonework such as the wall around a fireplace. Halogen lamps work well in most directional lighting applications including a spotlight on our award-winning Chandel-Airs, which integrate ceiling fans into a custom lighting designs.


Hospitality Lighting
Lighting fixtures and lamps designed and manufactured for hotels/lodging, resorts, casino, restaurants, theme parks, cruise lines, and similar venues in the hospitality industry. As a result, today's hospitality lighting typically features a mixture of decorative lighting and architectural lighting, including cove, accent and downlights playing a major role in providing task, focal, and ambient lighting. These fixtures include large chandeliers used in hotel lobbies, decorative oblong pendants that illuminate conference rooms and reception areas, dramatic accent pieces in ballrooms, table and floor lamps in suites, ADA compliant wall sconces are used in corridors, and stunning vanity lights that provide functional illumination in guest room baths.

 

Hurricane Glass Lighting
Originally used with tall cylindrical or barrel shaped glass chimney lanterns with a perforated metal lid that permits the egress of air but protects the candle flame from high winds and drafts, often used usually on shipboard. Used for a lamp, or a shade on a chandelier, pendant or sconce, the distinctive globe glass housing features a clear or colored glass decorative chimney patterned after 19th century oil and candlestick lamps. Modern hurricane lamps are a popular look for traditional and country-cottage style homes. Most hurricane glass shades can be added to traditional pendants and chandeliers, as a customized option.

 

Industrial Style Lighting
Industrial Style Lighting refers to a popular decorating style that features the lighting with the look of industrial components like reclaimed aged woods and worn Iron, Brass or bronze metals, usually finished with a patina or left in their naturally aged finish. The vintage look draws heavily on early 20th Century utilitarian designs seen in factories, warehouses and workshops. Industrial style lighting may also refer to types of commercial lighting fixtures that are intended for use in manufacturing plants or factories. Sometimes includes mesh, cage and grid styled fixtures including industrial pendants, sconces and chandeliers. Industrial styles are also used in urban and commercial lighting fixtures that are placed in multifamily structures, apartment complexes and other buildings with industrial type architecture and interior design.


Inverted Pendant
An Inverted Pendant is a chain, cable, stem or rod hung ceiling fixture with an open end or the top of the shade facing toward the ceiling. A variety of shapes and styles of inverted pendants include Tiffanies, Rustic, Fused Glass, Mica and Stained Glass shades. Many of these inverted pendants feature a shade in the shape of a bowl. Inverted Pendants create ambient light and prevent direct exposure of the light source to the viewer while accentuating the shade or diffuser. Most tiffany style and stained glass lamp shades can be customized or configured as an inverted pendant with an appropriate compatible hardware. Inverted pendants work well for settings like event spaces, dining room lighting, and are an excellent option for entry & foyer lighting as well.

 

K5 Crystal
K5 Crystal is Borosilicate glass with a lead content of 5% percentage of lead oxide content. This type of glass can be polished as highly as crystal can be. K5 crystal is the most commonly used crystal for use in Decorative Chandeliers and Custom Pendants. It offers excellent value compared to pure crystal it, a relatively high refractive index, and good clarity properties. This type of glass can be polished as highly as crystal can be. The letter "K" refers to the German word for "crown" (Krone) and the number 5 refers to the lead content of the glass (5%). K5 Crystal has high optical clarity and is a durable material with superior mechanical properties. Its high refractive index for a leaded glass and exceptional clarity combined with low cost have made this type of Crystal very desirable for decorative lighting products. K5 Crystal offers a better value than K9 Crystal.

 

K9 Crystal
K9 Crystal is a variety of optical borosilicate crown glass. K9 glass is popular for use in Decorative Chandeliers and Custom Pendants. It offers good value, a high refractive index, and optimal clarity properties. This type of glass can be polished as highly as crystal can be. The letter "K" refers to the German word for "crown" (Krone) and the number 9 refers to the lead content of the glass (9%). K9 Crystal has high optical clarity and is a durable material with superior mechanical properties. Its high refractive index for leaded glass and exceptional clarity, combined with a low cost, have made this type of Crystal very desirable for crystal lighting products.

 

LED
An LED is a light-emitting diode, a small, solid state semiconductor light source that emits light when current flows through it and is renowned for its energy efficiency and long life. Electrons in the semiconductor recombine with electron holes, releasing energy in the form of photons. The invention of LED dates back to the early 1900s, when electroluminescence was discovered by British scientist H. J. Round. The modern commercial LED technology was researched by Japanese scientists Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura in the early 1990s who received the Nobel Prize in Physics in October, 2014. Integral LEDs can be built-in to just about any product surface and have inspired new shapes, forms, and profiles in lighting design, however replacement LED lamps are available as well. Efficient LEDs offer the same amount of light output (lumens) as other light sources, using much less energy (wattage). LEDs are used in a variety of everyday objects from controls to traffic lights, etc., including a broad variety of LED Chandeliers, LED Pendants, LED Sconces, LED Flush Mounts and more.

 

Lighted Pot Rack Fixture
A Ceiling Pot Rack is special type of oblong pendant or chandelier designed for use in a kitchen or culinary space that features hooks or rack space to store pots, pans and kitchen accessories. Rustic and other decorative Pot Racks with Lights may feature customizable diffuser designs and various styles of faux candlelights. Contemporary and Nature Inspired lighted pot racks are available, as well as many other customizable lighted pot rack styles and sizes. A Pot Rack Chandelier with Downlights provides an additional layer of light for functional task lighting on kitchen surfaces. Adjustable chains are available for varying ceiling heights. Copper Pot Racks with Lights and Pot Rack Organizers are popular for timber frame, log homes, farmhouses, large kitchens, pantries and other settings.

 

Lightfair International
LightFair International is the premier, annual trade show and conference for showcasing the latest, cutting-edge architectural and commercial lighting products, for the past 30-plus years. Managed and produced by the International Market Centers, LightFair is also co-owned by the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD) and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES). This major event for the lighting industry is held every year at locations that rotate across the US. This event is attended by leading lighting designers, specifiers, architects and many other professionals that are involved in purchasing, specifying and designing lighting products, as well as the many manufacturers and suppliers that produce these fixtures. Lightfair (LFI) is also well-known for its multitude of continuing education courses on various lighting, lamping and control technologies.

 

Meyda Lighting (see Meyda Tiffany, Meyda Lighting, Meyda Custom Lighting)
Meyda Lighting is a multi faceted decorative lighting manufacturing and importing company focused on bringing Tiffany style & custom decorative lighting to consumers in the residential, commercial and hospitality markets. Meyda was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to view the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. Meyer was a master craftsman and inventor, and his wife Ida, was a natural business woman. Together they combined their names to form the Meyda Lighting Brand we know today. Today Meyda Lighting, also known as Meyda, Meyda Tiffany and Meyda Custom Lighting, continues to operate as a family-run business, with the Cohens' son, Robert, at the helm and grandsons Chester, Max and Ben by his side. The company was founded on a Do it Yourself philosophy. This spirit has led the company's strategy of in-sourcing technology, absorbing competitors and buying vendors. Over the years, the Meyda family of Lighting companies has evolved and is based in the 180,000 square-foot headquarters and manufacturing facility in Yorkville, New York.

Mini Pendant
A Mini Pendant is a single light fixture with shade that is 10 inches or less in diameter, and is suspended from a canopy installed on the ceiling, with a single stem, rod, cord or chain. Small in size, the mini pendant is great for decorative task lighting above kitchen islands, countertops, bars, tables, work spaces and more. Mini pendants come in a wide range of styles. Contemporary Mini Pendants and Modern Mini Pendants are very popular, but Rustic and Tiffany Mini Pendants make a dramatic design statement above counters and seating spaces throughout interior spaces. Suspended in mid-air, the mini pendants help set the mood for each room and can work in nearly any size space.

 

Modern Style Lighting
Modern style lighting is based on the architectural style that was popular between the early 1900s and 1950. The era of modernism brought a balance between aesthetics and utility to create timeless functional beauties. It is based on the idea of minimalism that "less is more" and a Form that Follows Function aesthetic. Not to be confused with Contemporary Styled Lighting, Modern Style Lighting reflects clean, crisp well-defined lines, a simple color palette and high-quality materials. Modern integrates refined comfort and connectivity technologies to live a more clutter-free, thoughtful life. Modern Styled Lighting offers simplicity in every element including modern ceiling lights, modern outdoor fixtures and modern chandeliers. Also includes modern wall sconces, table lamps, floor lamps and other modern styled lighting fixtures.

 

Meyer Cohen
Meyda Tiffany Lighting was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida, to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to view the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. Meyer was a master craftsman and inventor, his wife Ida, was a natural business woman - together they combined their names to form the Meyda Lighting Brand we know today. What began as a hobby evolved into America's Premier decorative lighting manufacturing and importing company. Today Meyda Lighting continues to operate as a family-run business, with the Cohens' son, Robert, at the helm and grandsons Chester, Max and Ben by his side. Among his many inventions, Meyer created the famous "Meyer Lantern" which was created on the front porch of his summer studio in Old Forge, New York nearly 50 years ago. This indoor/outdoor lantern, which features panels in a cornucopia of stained glass colors, is very popular among summer/winter camps and homes throughout the Adirondacks.

 

Pier Mount
A Pier Mount is an interior/exterior lighting fixture with a base that tops off a square post or column that is larger than 8"x8" while delivering ambient illumination for your home or commercial exterior. A Pier Mount can also serve as an accent or security light fixture for the outside of your home. Also known as a column-mounted light, a pier light is ideal for illuminating your driveway entrance, front walkway, or setting the mood for your outdoor entertaining area. A Pier Mount differs from a Post Light, which is mounted to a round post or column. Both are typically wet listed for outdoor lighting applications.

Portable Lamps
A portable lamp is a light that can be moved to any space where there is a compatible electrical receptacle. They include a cord and plug and should always be UL listed. Portables typically include decorative table and floor lamps and are distinguished from ceiling and wall fixtures which are permanently fastened and electrified (hardwired). They include table lamps, floor lamps and torchieres, as well as banker's, accent and desk lamps. Small specialty lamps, such as clip-on lights, adjustable task lights, and piano lights are included. Outdoor portable lamps, portable LED lamps and vintage portable lamps fall into this category, as well.

 

Old Forge Lighting Division
A major acquisition for Meyda was a metalworks studio which served as a regional supplier of decorative metal components. Meyda transformed this artisanal manufacturer into our Old Forge Division to deliver a broad range of made to order, nature inspired lighting and home decor. To support this line we invested heavily in our design and engineering teams. The human talent was complemented with technology like CNC laser cutting, tube/pipe cutting, sheet metal bending, and 3D CAD software. The factory equipment investment is shadowed only by the talent of the skilled welders, machine operators and craftsmen that truly keep the operation successful. In addition our Old Forge designers are inspired by the nearby Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York to create this rustic made-to-order offering. The Old Forge collection comprises animals, acorns, pinecones and other nature inspired motifs found in the mountain and lake regions across the northern hemisphere. Other categories include standard billiard and island pendants with customizable options such as finishes, sizes, diffusers and lamping. Nearly every lighting fixture can be personalized by adding a name, monogram, address or logo. Currently more than 3500 items can be Made to Order with significantly reduced lead times.
 
Outdoor Lighting (Exterior Lighting)
Outdoor Lighting is any hard wired or low voltage lighting fixture that is used in an exterior space. Outdoor lighting can enhance the beauty of your home, making it safer and more secure. Most outdoor lighting fixtures are wet listed and can include a broad range of low voltage landscape fixtures such as Accent Lights, Decorative Path Lights, Bollards, Exterior Wall Sconces and more. Outdoor pendants and ceiling fixtures can be used in outdoor kitchens. Pier Mounts, Post Mounts, Deck Lights, Street Lights and Lanterns are offered in a broad range of styles and sizes. Glass, stainless steel, brass and copper are preferred materials for outdoor lighting- marine grade finishes are also available. Extreme coastal environments should refer to local building codes, ordinances and experts from the region when specifying materials for custom lighting. Mica, fabric and steel can be used in outdoor locations as long as they experience limited exposure to elements as these materials risk expedited deterioration without proper maintenance. Damp rated lighting fixtures are designed to operate in covered outdoor areas including covered porches, gazebos, porticos, porte cocheres, and similar locations.
 
Quality Bent Glass
Quality Bent Glass is a division within the Meyda Lighting family of companies. Quality Bent Glass opened its doors at the turn of the 20th century. The company revolutionized the manufacturing process for high temperature glass forming by custom building production capacity glass forming ovens and kilns. Quality Bent Glass is best known for supplying beautiful, authentic stained glass lighting to the original Louis C Tiffany Studios. The Quality Bent Glass division was a vendor for Meyda Lighting for many years, eventually becoming an early acquisition of Meyda Lighting. Meyda prides its American craftsmanship and is one of the only remaining manufacturers of Tiffany bent glass panel lamps and lighting, and takes pride in the rich heritage and rely on the expertise of over 100 years in the making. Meyda is still creating timeless lighting masterpieces using original tools, technologies and techniques. Quality Bent Glass is credited with producing the original Coca-Cola stained glass lamps and fixtures which are still made today. One of the famous chandeliers was featured in the Hollywood film classic, "A Wonderful Life." Configurable high-fired glass lens colors and metal finishes are customizable as each Meyda Bent Glass lamp shade is handcrafted and Made to Order. This domestic manufacturer also creates the Revival, Handel, Gas & Electric, Schoolhouse and Slag Glass Collections. Bent panel lamps repairs are also done on the premises.

Semi-Flush Mount (also Close-to-Ceiling Mount or Surface Mount)
Semi-Flush Mount is a type of ceiling light that is suspended from the ceiling, leaving a small gap between the ceiling and the fixture. This gap allows for an uplight effect for better ambient illumination than flush mount fixtures. Also referred to as a Close-to-Ceiling Mount or Surface Mount, we define a Semi-Flush Mount as a fixture that is approximately 3 inches to 30 inches between the shade and the ceiling, mounted directly to the ceiling. If its range is adjusted to longer than 30 inches, then it will be classified as an inverted pendant. These fixtures include Tiffany Style semi-flush mounts, Rustic Style semi-flush mounts and others in a variety of styles and finishes, available with both LED and standard light sources.
 

Slag Glass
A collectors' name for opaque pressed glass with coloured streaks. Slag glass is commonly found in purple, less common in blue and brown and green, and created by using pulverized silicate slag, an ingredient that forms on the top of molten iron as it cools down. Originally created in the United Kingdom in the 1890s by adding this substance during the glass-making process, Slag or Malachite glass is pressed glass made in the same way as Milk glass, but with coloured streaks to create a marble effect. Still being made today in the USA, Slag is matter separated from metal such as iron and silica that is removed during copper and lead smelting.
 

Textrene Shades
Meyda's exclusive brand of fabric or hardback lighting and lamp shades. These shades are usually made of fabric materials and reinforced by metal frames to give the lampshades their shape and look. The shades are usually complemented with table or floor bases finished in Mahogany Bronze and other metal hues. In addition, the shades are enhanced with hardware used for chandeliers, pendants, flushmounts and semi-flushmounts, as well as wall sconces. Many times, the fabric shade is enhanced with Idalight bottom and/or top diffusers for glare free illumination. Textrene lamps and fixtures can be used in a variety of environments including homes, hotels, restaurants and other commercial spaces.
 

Title 24 (California Title 24)
Title 24 is a group of stringent energy efficiency standards for homes and commercial buildings. Since 1978, California residents are required to meet the energy efficiency standards contained in Title 24, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations. Since energy efficient lighting fixtures and appliances reduce energy costs, they also increase reliability and availability of electricity, improve building occupant comfort, and reduce the impact to the environment. Any new homes, or the remodeled homes that require building permits, are also subject to these standards. According to Title 24, at least 50% of the wattage in the kitchen must be consumed by high-efficacy lighting, which usually includes LEDs and fluorescents. LED fixtures require a minimum of 90 on the color-rendering index (CRI), which measures crispness and color accuracy. Also, the correlated color temperature (CCT) must range between 2700-4000K for indoor use.
 

Torchiere
Portable floor lamp with a shade or glass element that directs upward towards the ceiling. This type of indirect lighting is ideal for general illumination and is widely used in living rooms, seating areas, and media rooms. Many torchieres feature adjustable side lights on the lamp column that provide both general and task light sources in one lamp. Dimmable Torchieres are compatible with LEDs and other light sources and remain one of the most popular types of floor lamps on the market today. A wide variety are available for residential lighting, as well as commercial and hospitality settings. Torchieres are featured with Tiffany styled stained glass shades, as well as many other types of shades including Micas, Fused Glass and Fabrics. This type of residential lighting is dimmable and compatible with LED replacement lamps.
 

TRIAC Dimming
TRIAC stands for Triode for Alternating Current and is a popular dimming switch that is used to control power. A popular household dimming method, TRIAC is often used in lighting applications as an alternative to electronic low voltage or 0-10V dimmers. TRIAC is mainly used for incandescent and halogen, but is now used for dimming LED lamps and fixtures.

 

Turtleback Glass Tile
A Turtleback Glass Tile is molded glass that is unique in shape and thickness and usually designed as a decorative accent for a lighting diffuser or shade. Turtleback Glass accents are often used on Tiffany style stained glass lamps and lighting fixtures including Tiffany Pendants and Tiffany Lamps. Tiffany Turtleback Glass accents are featured on both stained glass shades and lamp bases. Popularized by the original Tiffany Studios and reproduced by skilled craftsmen to this day, Turtleback Glass Lighting typically includes belted bands that reveal inset borders of lustrous tiles in a variety of styles and colors. Also available in Iridescent Glass.


Turtle Friendly Lighting
Large numbers of sea turtles are endangered every year because electric lighting along beachfront properties and coastlines creates light pollution and ecological disturbances that disorient Turtles. According to the Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC), 90% of sea turtle nesting in the United States takes place on Florida beaches and the organization has worked to tighten guidelines on beaches where property owners are restricted to amber light sources when visible from the beach. Our Turtle-Friendly Custom Lighting Solutions are engineered with interchangeable White and Amber energy-efficient LEDs while using full dimming capabilities. Combined with proper shielding, LEDs transition from White to Amber over 577 nanometers of a wavelength so the light does not disturb turtles when they come to shore to lay their eggs during nesting season and help hatchlings navigate from the nest to the shore.

UL Underwriters Laboratory
UL is an acronym for Underwriters Laboratory and is an independent industry organization that conducts and oversees rigorous testing of electrical and lighting products. When products pass these tests, they can be labeled, certified and advertised as “UL Listed." UL provides product testing, inspection and certification (TIC) to help manufacturers distribute their products that operate safely. The well-known UL label represents an industry standard that empowers trust, reliability and safety.

Wall Grazing
Wall Grazing is a lighting technique used to create a beam of light that hits the wall or facade at a narrow angle from the floor or ceiling. This technique highlights textured surfaces and architectural elements such as brick, etched glass, mosaic tiles, draperies and natural stone. Mount the lights 6 to 12 inches from the wall, with the fixtures at the same distance apart and aimed towards the targeted surface. Wall Grazing is typically used to add interest, accent and focus on specific types of surfaces. Interior wall grazing and exterior wall grazing are ideal for bringing out the beauty of the special materials and features of a wall or facade. Similar to wall washing, wall grazing is used to highlight natural variations in the wall material while wall washing is primarily used to cover imperfections.
 

Wall Lighting (Wall Sconces, Wall Mounts)
Wall Lighting is illumination directed on a wall or vertical surface to emphasize that plane, enhance the surface texture, or bounce light back into the room. Increasing wall brightness generally makes a room seem more spacious. Wall lighting is achieved with Wall Lights or Wall Sconces, also called Wall Mounts, throughout the walls on interior rooms in corridors and along stairways. In bedrooms and offices, Swing Arm style Wall Lamps are used for reading and other tasks. A broad range of Exterior Wall Lighting Fixtures are available for lighting facades. Decorative Wall Lights include Modern Wall Sconces, LED Wall Fixtures and other wall luminaires in Rustic, Tiffany, Gothic and a wide variety of themes and styles. Wall-Mount Fixtures may provide general, task and accent lighting and can be designed to match and coordinate with dining room chandeliers or other lighting fixtures. Wall brackets, which are also called Custom Vanity Lights, are often used for task lighting near the bathroom mirror.
 

Wall Wash Lighting
Wall Washing is an effective lighting technique that provides an even, wide beam of light on interior and exterior walls and facades with fixtures mounted on the ceiling or ground. For most surfaces, mount the fixture 2 to 4 feet from the wall and wash 8 to 9 feet of vertical wall space with light. Space the fixtures the same distance apart for uniform brightness while drawing attention to the wall or facade. Accentuate an entrance, fireplace, mural, or artwork or evoke a feeling of spaciousness to hallways and narrow rooms.
 

Wet Location, Wet Listed or Wet Rated Lighting
Wet Location Listed or Wet Rated is a certification of a lighting fixture's ability to operate optimally outdoors with full and direct exposure to water including rain, snow, wind and other types of weather, after testing in a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory such as UL (Underwriter Laboratories), ETL (Electrical Testing Laboratories) or CSA (Canadian Standards Association). Fixtures rated for wet locations use waterproof seals to protect their internal components from moisture. Wet rated fixtures also may be used any place that requires Dry Location fixtures, where a light can only be used indoors in a fully protected area, and Damp Locations, which are typically kitchens, baths and spaces that are exposed to some moisture. Wet listed products include but are not limited to outdoor wall sconces, landscape lighting such as path and well lights, street lamps, and other exterior lighting luminaires. Custom fixtures may include wet listed pendants, lamps or other products that require a marine grade finish or special features if installed in oceanfront locations and similar areas.
 



 

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