Hammerworks Coastal Style Lighting Model# OL12Coastal Style Lighting

Enjoy Nautical New England Outdoor Lanterns with Hammerworks Coastal Style Lighting! Hand-made in solid copper & brass by skilled craftsmen for superior quality. Whether you prefer the classic simplicity of the quintessential Colonial Onion Lanterns or the stately look of the New Bedford Post Lantern, we’ve got your design. Certainly another great coastal model is the iconic Boston Post Light. Of course, since we reproduce designs popular in Colonial America, most of our styles reflect the look of nautical New England.

 Nautical Lights In Boston Area

Most notably, one of the Coastal Style Lighting projects we have collaborated on near Boston is Historic Tours of America to create handcrafted nautical style outdoor lights for the popular Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.  Furthermore, we provided the exterior fixtures at The Village at West Gloucester, an upscale senior community in the heart of Cape Anne. These are just a few of the many projects around greater Boston where you’ll find Hammerworks products.

Cape Cod Onion Lights

Above all, the classic look of Cape Cod Onion Lights is one of the most popular and well known coastal style lighting designs. We handcraft a full collection of post, wall mount and hanging fixtures in this charming design. Not only that, we offer several sizes of each type. Therefore you can easily create a uniform look using onion lanterns throughout your landscape design.

 New England Factory Lighting Stores

Above all, in this era of imported products, we proudly make our lights in America. Thus, we operate a conveniently located Factory Store adjacent to our manufacturing facility in Worcester, MA. Consequently, you can easily visit us to experience our quality & craftsmanship first hand before purchasing. In addition, we offer personalized service, assisting you every step of the way to achieve the perfect custom designs.


Have questions? Our knowledgeable sales staff gladly offers personal assistance whether you choose to visit, call (508-755-3434), or drop us an email (hwhg@comcast.net).