Out of curiosity how has your collection fared during an earthquake of any magnitude? Did your collection survive? How have you Earthquake proofed them? I just started collecting, and I'm genuinely curious on how to prepare my lamps in case a strong earthquake occurs. I don't want to lose my collection. Especially my vintage ones. I live in California, so preparing for one is very important. I'd like to hear some tips and some stories good or bad about your collection after one.
Think you could use museum clay on them, they should be fine. I guess you could build or customize a case where the tops would be locked into shelf when you slid the lamp into place as well, overkill I guess. There is always the option to move too, seems a bit extreme though! :P
LMAO. Moving, now that's a thought. I'll try to get some of that museum clay. I think that should work.