Although the principles of neon lighting were first discussed as early as 1855, engineer, chemist and inventor, Georges Claude first applied an electrical discharge to a sealed tube of neon gas in 1904.
The word neon (from the Greek neos) literally translates as 'the new gas'. This novel method of lighting quickly caught on as a form of advertising, dubbed 'liquid fire', and today enjoys the same popularity as it did a century ago.
Write Light Neon will restore antique neon signage to make it as
stunningly spectacular as the day it was made.