Perhaps this is indeed the reason why it is very easy to find this lamp in art studios, galleries, libraries and other places where necessary to encourage creativity and tranquility This design was especially appreciated to illuminate the offices of bankers, lawyers and offices and offices in general, perhaps because of the possibility it gives to focus the light directly to documents and the relaxing effect of green light and that does not damage the eye, perhaps for it is so it was also commonly used in libraries being known by three names alike although of green bankers lamp is that the original.
In the early twentieth century began to be marketed under the name Emeralite lamp (now defunct), which today are authentic pieces of collection. However, at present, this lamp remains a highly desired item, finding numerous variants in the sector both in color and in qualities and prices. The standard design and extended green bankers lamp is an oval lampshade green glass on the outside and white on the inside, with the foot and the bottom of gilded metal. It is very important that your foundation is solid for the lamp is stable, since those with a good-quality quality may be heavy.
Green bankers lamp Gained was originally created in the United States was initially designed to help bankers count money from their boxes because the focus of light helped this task the in the mid-nineteenth century when George Westinghouse and the Westinghouse Corporation, began to produce and use. At that time with the look of the filament bulb, the lamp was modernized and adapted to its electric version. Lamp banker provides a traditional design with glass colour dark green hand – blown, folding to be oriented and polished brass base large, so that the lamp provides maximum stability.
This American design of the late nineteenth century was especially appreciated by bankers, accountants, lawyers and workers of offices of the time, mainly because it allowed having a light spot focused on desktop documents in which they worked. Moreover, it is said that the green light that projects has a relaxing effect and no damage to the eye, so it is also very common use in libraries.