Lava Lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker in England.
Lava Lite, LLC was formed in the United States. The first production Lava Lamp was called The Century.
The AristrocratModel is introduced to the public. It featured what is commonly known as the trademark “Lava Lamp” shape.
Lava Lite unveils The CarlisleLava Lamp. In later years, pinholes were added and it was renamed The Wizard.
Lava Lamps explode in popularity and become a staple in many households across the U.S.
Get ready to get your glitter on! Lava Glitter Lampsare introduced to the market.
Lava Lamps see a resurgence in popularity and introduce the 32-oz. globe, The Electroplasma.
Lava Lite launches the 20-oz. Lava Lamp, which is currently still our most popular lamp size.
The Colossus, a 4ft. tall Lava Lamp, is introduced to the public. This is the largest fully functioning Lava Lamp ever made!
Today, there are over 92 unique Lava Lamps with more designs being imagined every day.