Small Colonial Wall Light
Hammerworks Small Colonial Wall Light W201 has been carefully handmade with historical accuracy since 1979. Most noteworthy, our process of creating Colonial Wall Lanterns recalls the days when craftsmen took pride in their work. More importantly, we make all of our lighting in America. Not only that, we handcraft each period reproduction wall lantern in a choice of solid copper or brass. In addition, choose from custom finish options of verdigris or painted black. Please note, with its small size, the “Doctor’s Light” is limited to one candelabra socket rated for a maximum of 60 watts. Also, clear seedy glass is a standard offering for this fixture.
Colonial Onion Lanterns
Most noteworthy, the simple design of W201 blends nicely with Colonial Onion Lanterns, among others. Furthermore, this versatility extends to many styles of our Colonial Outdoor Wall Lights. Consequently, it is quite common to see New England style onion wall lights OL10 combined with perhaps the Cape Cod lantern W106. Of course, we handcraft both the onion lights and other Colonial wall lantern styles in several sizes, making it easy to meet any space limitations that you may have.
Handcrafted Colonial Post Lanterns
In addition to wall lantern collections, we offer several styles of coordinating handcrafted Colonial Post Lanterns. As a result, find designs ranging from rustic to stately. The Cape Cod copper post lanterns Pyramid PP119 offer a primitive look ideal for a restored antique home. For a large two story Federalist Home, the formal look of New England style Colonial post lantern Large Coach P105 can’t be beat. Of course, the classic design of Colonial post lantern Small Sturbridge P102 is appropriate with a multitude of architectural styles. Not only that, choose from several sizes of onion post mounted fixtures. Regardless of which style you choose, we make each post lantern with a standard 3″ post collar. Therefore you can choose from any of our Colonial Style Light Poles to display your handcrafted post lantern.