Dimension: 18 1/2" H • 11" W • 11" D"This Mansard style lantern has been used with great success on architectural styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern Minimalist. Its clean lines will add elegance and style to any home. Can be used as interior or exterior fixture.
- Available in other sizes
- Available in wall or post mount applications.
Shown in Special Verdigris/Blown Seeded Glass.
Dimension: 20" H • 10" W • 10" D"
This Mansard style lantern has been used with great success on architectural styles ranging from Greek Revival to Post Modern Minimalist. Its clean lines will add elegance and style to any home. Can be used as interior or exterior fixture.
- Available in other sizes and applications.
- Shown in Special Verdigris/Pane Glass.
Dimension: 10 1/4" H • 6 1/2" Diam.Available in two sizes, the SM LT-8-H is loosely based on an early nautical light provided by the ships chandlers. The rods protect the glass cylinder from accidental breakage. Today this functional form is both stylish and transitional. Its classic form compliments home styles as diverse as the New England Cape, Federalist, Farmhouse, or Arts and Crafts bungalow.
- Available on our website in larger size as wall mounted SM-LT-7-H. Call to order larger size in other applications.
- This fixture is available in wall and post mount applications.
- Edison Based Socket 100W maximum.
Shown in Special Gunmetal.
Dimension: 20" H • 11 1/2" Diam.
A triangular pendant lamp, unadorned and with small ball feet in the Federalist style. Also available with fretwork at the roof. This is the historic and refined lantern that hung in the hallways of the affluent homes of New England.
- Available in a smaller size as SM-LT-21-H ( 15" H. x 9 1/4" Diam.) Please call to order.
- Available with or without fretwork at roof. (see SM LT-3-H)
- Available for wall mount applications.
Shown in Basic Burnished Brass/Pane Glass.
$683.00Dimension: 16 1/2" H x 5.25" W. x 5.25" 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. All our lighting fixtures are hand-made to your specifications, and are well worth the wait. Please expect 8-10 weeks for delivery. Learn More