Shed a New Light on the Oldest of All Holidays

 
“The celebration of the new year is the oldest of all holidays.  It was first observed in ancient Babylon about 4000 years ago.  In the years around 2000BC, the Babylonian New Year began with the first New Moon after the Vernal Equinox.*
 
 
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“The first rooftop celebration atop One Times Square, complete with fireworks display, took place in 1904.*

 

Don’t let this New Year’s Eve slip away without a proper celebration.  Whether you are quietly reminiscing with a loved one over dinner or out on the town in the midst of noisemakers and confetti–see yourself in the best of light and make 2015 your brightest year yet.  New chandeliers, table lamps and wall lights are a marvel with outstanding and energy-wise light sources and intriguing configurations.

5 DAZZLING DESIGNS TO SHED A NEW LIGHT ON THE NEW YEAR

 

 

176-12 CHIMERA WALL SCONCE

“CHIMERA” WALL SCONCE FROM CORBETT

 

 

 

 

32464FTTXB URBAN NIGHTS

“URBAN NIGHTS” FROM MAXIM

 

 

 

131872 RING O

“RING O” FROM VAN TEAL

 

 

 

465281 GATHERING

“GATHERING” FROM VAN TEAL

 

 

 

3313sb RAVENNA

“RAVENNA” FOYER PENDANT FROM HINKLEY LIGHTING

 

See the the latest portable lamps, chandeliers and decorative accessories at 1800lighting.com. Stay tuned for the latest introductions from the Dallas Market January 2015.  Visit a Capitol Lighting showroom or 1800lighting.com for expert advice and a complimentary lighting plan for a new year of inspiring illumination.

 

*wikipedia.com

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