Evolution of the Night Lamp

The concept of a night lamp or a light source specifically used for illumination during the night has been around for centuries. However, the earliest documented record of a night lamp dates back to ancient Egypt, around 70 BC, where a pottery lamp with a small spout for a wick was discovered.

The ancient Romans also used night lamps, which were made of clay or bronze and fueled by olive oil. These lamps typically had a small spout for a wick and were designed to be carried or hung on a wall.

In the Middle Ages, candlesticks and chandeliers were used as sources of light during the night, and later in the 18th century, oil lamps became more popular. The first electric night lamp was invented in the late 1800s, and it was quickly followed by the invention of the light bulb by Thomas Edison in 1879.

This transcended into a popular fixture in homes and offices. As the technology improved, electric lamps became more efficient, compact, and affordable.

Today, the night lamp has evolved into a diverse range of devices, from simple plug-in night lights to advanced smart lamps that can be controlled with a smartphone app. These modern lamps come in a variety of styles and designs, from classic and traditional to sleek and modern, and are used not just for illumination but also for decoration and ambiance.

Hence the development of the NightAngel360 Mini-Tree Lamp ™

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