Lighting  By  Hammerworks
Handcrafted Colonial Period Lighting Fixtures
"Since 1979 One Goal, One Passion...To Bring Yesteryear To Light"
A Legacy Of Authentic Craftsmanship
Colonial Lighting
Colonial Lighting
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Monday: Customer Service By Phone
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Tuesday-Friday  8AM-5PM
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6 Fremont St
Worcester, MA 01603

888-499-5519
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Lighting By Hammerworks is handcrafted with pride in the U.S.A. UL Approved

You are invited to enjoy the unique experience of Colonial Style Lighting that Hammerworks represents. As you
peruse this website, you will soon realize that we offer the most complete line of Colonial Lighting fixtures and
accessories available.

However, offering an extensive line is not enough for us. We offer only the highest quality and value which is
unsurpassed in the industry. For over 30 years, Lighting By Hammerworks has been known for superior
craftsmanship, engineering and attention to detail in all of our period lighting.

We turn all of our wooden chandeliers, spin our own metal finials and details, and execute all of our fixtures by
hand. Also, many of our processes employ
similar tools and the same techniques as those used by the
original craftsmen.

Hammerworks has worked with designers, architects and contractors throughout the country. Our Early
American light fixtures, whether selected from our standard line or custom developed for specific projects, can
be seen on thousands of homes and in major historic Colonial municipal restoration lighting projects.

Among Hammerworks and Hearth-glo's more famous customers is the Walt Disney Company. Our fixtures have
been used on the sets of several movies, including Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy. In addition,
Hammerworks and Hearth-glo light fixtures can be seen at Disney's Parks in Florida, California and Japan.
Hammerworks lights have been used in numerous other movie and TV productions, as well as in high end
restaurants and retail locations throughout the U.S.
About Lighting By Hammerworks
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The Right Lighting for Your Antique Colonial Home
If your period home is in need of antique light fixtures, deciding what to replace them with may be a challenging undertaking. While there many modern styles to
choose from, selecting a lighting fixture that is appropriate to the historic architecture of the home is an important decision.
In the colonial times lighting a room was a challenge, as electricity was not an option. Candle,and in later times kerosene were the only fuel sources available.  
Antique light fixtures where commonly made of tin,iron and wood with brass being used for formal homes. Providing light in the dark Early American homes was
always a challenging task for the skilled craftsman that handcrafted each fixture one by one, as we still do here at Lighting By Hammerworks. They would
incorporate hand cut mirror into tin wall sconces to reflect light back into the room. Colonial  tin wall sconces were also made with a reflector to help bounce light
back into the room. Wood was often carved to create a body for a
colonial chandelier with either iron or tin arms  holding candles to hang for illuminating the
center of a room or over a dining table.
Lighting By Hammerworks for over 30 years has been creating reproduction antique colonial lighting, just as the skilled craftsmen of earlier times.  Obviously electric
has been incorporated into our designs, but we still offer burning candle as an option on most of our antique reproduction fixtures. No matter what lighting fixture
you choose for your colonial style home, you can be sure that any option offered by Hammerworks is the right choice!
PRODUCTS
 Colonial Pierced Lighting Discounted Lighting
Arts&Crafts Lighting Custom Lighting
French Country Lighting
Hanging Colonial Lighting Sign Lighting Unique Lighting options English Lighting Colonial Chandeliers Aluminum lantern post
Post Lanterns
Pierced tin lighting
Onion Lights
Gooseneck Lighting
Cedar lantern post
Tudor style lighting Reflector oven Scroll Bracket
18th Century wall lanterns
Colonial wall sconces Wrought iron lighting Wooden Chandeliers
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