About Frederick Cooper
Frederick Cooper lamps have a reputation for high quality and iconic design. Styles include Tropical, Asian, Traditional, Transitional, Contemporary, and Colonial. They have been in the Whitehouse, embassies, and luxury resorts around the world.
The founder of the company, Frederick Cooper, was a sculptor and painter who opened a studio in Chicago in 1923. He turned his attention to the creation of uniquely designed lamps made with precise attention to detail that set them apart from the competition. This was the beginning of a manufacturing tradition that endures today as the brand, Frederick Cooper.
Designers Larry Laslo, Alexander Julian, Mario Buatta, and Studio Mascheroni contribute to the supply of fresh new designs. In addition to the use of fine materials such as brass, porcelain, onyx, marble, alabaster, wood, bone, glass, and leather in making the lamp bases, Frederick Cooper is famous for their shades. Their lamp shades rise above the status quo in the marketplace by reason of the designers' choice of fabrics, shapes, colors, and detail.
Along with table lamps, Frederick Cooper makes a variety of floor lamps, including adjustable brass Pharmacy lamps. Also part of the line are pendants and swing-arm wall lamps.
In 2011 Wildwood Lamps purchased the Frederick Cooper brand and continues the tradition of producing high quality luxury lighting.