Copper Hanging Onion Lights
Lighting by Hammerworks handcrafted Copper Hanging Onion Lights are proudly made in America since 1979. First and foremost, expect the same attention to detail and historical accuracy as you find throughout our handmade lighting. In addition, we make each hanging lantern out of solid copper or brass. Furthermore, we offer custom finish options of painted black and verdigris copper upon request. Also, hanging pendant lanterns range in style from primitive to traditional. As a result, there is a design that is perfect for your home. At Hammerworks we deliver quality & craftsmanship one light at a time.
Because each of our hanging lanterns coordinates with the corresponding post & wall lights, it is easy to create a uniform look. Not only do we offer a complete line of Colonial post, wall & hanging lights, but our styles also don’t stop there. We also create a collection of Craftsman Style fixtures. Of course, our Arts & Crafts lighting is also handcrafted. We include coordinating hanging, wall, and post-mount fixtures. Whether you own a reproduction Early American Colonial, New England Farmhouse, Cape Cod, Log Home, or Craftsman Style we have a lighting collection for you.
Colonial Style Interior Lighting
Although hanging lanterns are primarily intended for the exterior of your home, their uses extend to many areas inside as well. First of all, many customers choose to place a hanging light in the front entry or hallway. Not only that, they are an attractive alternative to kitchen pendant lights. Hence you can easily group together 2 or 3 of them over a kitchen counter or island. In addition, with so many sizes and styles to choose from, you can integrate them throughout a kitchen, dining, great room area. Of course, if you prefer to mix and match your lighting, you can choose one of our many antique chandeliers or ceiling light styles to coordinate with hanging lanterns. Consequently, we offer a solution to any area in your home that requires overhead lighting.
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