All our lanterns are fabricated from solid American brass, copper, or terne coated copper, non-ferrous materials guaranteed not to rust. Each fixture is cut, bent, shaped and turned by hand, using antique machinery and techniques, eliminating the artificial uniformity created by mass production techniques. Hand applied special and custom finishes including pewter, gunmetal, verdigris, bronze, antiqued, polished and lacquered brass as well as custom color painted finishes are available.
Many of our lanterns can be built for mounting on a post or wall, or suspended for hanging applications. All lanterns that utilize sheet glass are glazed with standard Pane Glass. Special options such as Mouth Blown Restoration Seeded Glass, Rippled Glass and Opalized Glass may be substituted for an additional charge.
All hanging lanterns come with two feet chain and wire standard and all mounting hardware included. Post mounted lanterns are designed to accept a standard 3" diameter round post, and are provided with mounting screws and appropriate hardware.
Dimension: 16 1/2" H Ç®Õå¢ 5 1/2" W Ç®Õå¢ 5 1/2" D
This Authentic Designs fixture is an exact replica of a lantern in the collections of the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. Crafted in 1859 in Proctorsville, VT, an original brought to us for repair hangs on the porch of Augustus St. Gaudens home in Cornish, New Hampshire.
- "S" Link Chain only
Shown in Basic Terne/Rippled Glass.