It’s Throwback Thursday!


In 1979 Quoizel introduced three lamps that were reproductions of original Turn-of-the-Century carvings.  There was a fireman, ship captain and a fisherman out at sea.  Made of fiberstone, a ceramic-steel composite, these hand-painted lamps with screened linen shades were unique additions to the home. Look for these Quoizel treasures on E-bay! Maybe … [Read more...]

Throwback Thursday — It’s The Quoizel Fandelier!


Seen here is our own Rene Clark  featured in Quoizel's 1984/85 fan catalog. Rene, who is married to Ed Clark, Sr. Vice President of Quoizel, shows off her modeling skills in this setting shot. Back in the 80's, Quoizel manufactured ceiling fans with a wide variety of handblown and hand decorated glass light kits with coordinating blade inserts.  … [Read more...]

It’s Throwback Thursday


This week we thought it would be fun to compare a Quoizel bath fixture that was popular 33 years ago to one of today's most popular bath lights. Then... Featured is Quoizel's decorative bathroom fixture that was introduced in 1980.  These 6" hand-blown glass globes were available in assorted patterns.  The fixture had an antique brass finish and was available … [Read more...]

It’s Throwback Thursday!

Cathedral Glass

Thirty-three years ago the horror movie The Shining was in local theaters,  gas was $1.19 a gallon, the cost of an average home was $13,650..... and.....Quoizel introduced its handmade cathedral glass swag collection. Featured is the QT-193A, a three-candle glass swag with an antique brass finish and honey amber glass. This fixture could be seen over … [Read more...]

It’s Throwback Thursday!


This is our first blog on Throwback Thursday where we will share photos of "old" Quoizel products, catalogs from years past and nostalgic photos of  our loyal employees. What better place to start than with the Abigail Adams Collection.  Quoizel got its start in 1930, and the hurricane lamp is what put Quoizel on the map! This Abigail Adams piece features … [Read more...]