World-wide collectors, like Mr Melz with his custom Datura lamp, commission Preston Studios at times for specific lamp designs (seen here as in the Wardell Publications eBook "Lamps for the 21st Century"). This is handled now exclusively by Timothy's Gallery in Winter Park, Florida.
Collectors world-wide enjoy the unique new lamp designs of Preston Studios. Disney designer Fred Rodgers based the decor of the Nunis reception hall in Isleworth, Orlando, Florida around the first of Preston Studios large scale Irises. As seen in the Wardell Publications eBook "Lamps for the 21st Century."
Unique new designs by Preston Studios run the gamut. Here we see three 22 inch large globe shaped shades, including Day Lilies, Morning Glories, and Orchids. Not only are these images brand new 21st century lamps, they use glass to new affect not seen before, like in the background to the Orchid lamp.
One of the very first original designs that Preston Studios developed in the late 1970s was that of the Calla-Lily, a flower never portrayed in antique late 19th/early 20th century lamps. As seen in the Wardell Publications eBook "Lamps for the 21st Century."
Originality is the hallmark of Preston lamp design - each is a functional work of art. Whether it be the Calla-Lily design first originated in the late 1970s, to the Sea Turtle created in the late 1980s, or the Kingfisher & Bamboo created in the 1990s the works all speak of classic design using the [...]
Created exclusively in 2014 working with Christopher Burton Homes & Inspirations for a client who spent 10 years in Japan this entrance features the "faux wrought iron" effect hand painted and fired by Stanley Klopfenstine, custom tinted Duncan glue chip glass, and white Youghiogheny satin glass - to represent rice-paper.