Colonial Style Hanging Lantern
Lighting by Hammerworks handcrafted Colonial Style Hanging Lantern Coach H105A adds a touch of elegance and refinement to your front entry. Especially relevant we also make these classic six-sided Lights in a larger size, Model H105. Of course, no matter which size you choose expect superior craftsmanship, attention to detail, and historical accuracy.
Most importantly we make each fixture out of solid copper or brass. Furthermore, we offer Custom Finish Options of painted black and verdigris upon request. In addition, you can choose from the attractive optional 3 candle cluster as shown or a standard single bulb shining down. Either option provides ample illumination. If you want to create an appearance of elegant harmony we make it easy. We offer the matching New England Style Post Large Coach P105 in two sizes for your front walkway. In addition, New England Traditional Wall Lantern Small Coach WM105A completes the look.
In contrast, if you prefer rustic simplicity consider Hanging Pyramid HP119. Of course, we also offer the matching Copper Wall Light Pyramid W118 and Cape Cod Post Lanterns Pyramid PP119 to complete the overall effect of this primitive look.
Colonial Style Interior Lighting
Although Colonial Hanging Lights are primarily intended for the exterior of your home their uses extend to many inside areas. First of all, many customers choose to place something like the Pendant Light H112 in the front hallway entry. Not only that Hanging Copper Williams HW104 is an attractive alternative in a dining area. Or perhaps you can group together 2 or 3 Hanging Onion Lights HOL110 over a kitchen counter or island.
No matter what with so many sizes and styles to choose from it is easy to integrate any Colonial Style Hanging Lantern throughout a kitchen, dining, great room area. Consequently, we offer a solution to any area in your home requiring overhead lighting.
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