1 Light Art Lamps

American Made Since 2003

Howard A Dernberger

Rio Nido, California
Not a boring lamp in the place check out my website WWW.1lightartlamps.com one of a kind lamps.
California Craft
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Started making lamps when I was 12, I have always loved lighting, my partner and I opened a gift shop in Occidental Ca with no money so I really making lamps and they were and are a hit with collectors all across the country with some owning as many as 7 of my lamps. I love making them I see lamps in just about anything.

What makes your business unique?

My lamps are very unique on of a kind pieces made out of everyday objects that are no longer used for what they were made for but are to nice to just throw away so I give the a new and useful life giving light.

What's the best business advice you've received?

Sell what you like!
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