Early American Home Wall Lights: Hurricane Lamp H1

New England’s Finest Quality & Selection Of Handcrafted Lighting

Hurricane Lamp H1
Height 14″
Width 7″
Depth 5 1/2′”
Antique Copper – $379.00  (Shown)
Antique Brass – $389.00
Verdigris – $399.00

Available As Oil Burning or Electric


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Early American Home Wall Lights

Get these unique Early American Home Wall Lights at Hammerworks! Finely crafted Old-fashioned Handmade quality to last for generations! Since 1979, each light has been meticulously handmade with attention to detail and historical accuracy. Thus our process recalls the days when Colonial craftsmen took pride in their work. Most importantly, we make all of our lighting in America. First & foremost we handcraft each of our reproduction home wall lanterns out of solid copper or brass. Hence this ensures that you will consistently receive a solidly built wall light. Therefore our Early American home wall lanterns will illuminate any doorway entry to your colonial home for years to come.

Traditional Wall Lanterns

In addition to our more primitive styles, we offer Traditional Wall Lanterns to complete the architectural design of your home. Thus whether you own a Traditional Colonial Home, Reproduction Saltbox, Cape Cod cottage, Log Home, or New England-style farmhouse, we offer Colonial Outdoor Wall Lights that are ideal for you. Because we offer a variety of sizes for a majority of our copper wall and post lanterns you can choose the correct style & size lighting for your home. Furthermore, if you are unsure our knowledgeable sales associates will be happy to assist you in making the right decision. Therefore Hammerworks is your clear choice for any style of Colonial wall Lanterns.

Handcrafted Colonial Post Lanterns

In addition to our collection of wall lanterns, we offer several coordinating handcrafted Colonial Post Lanterns. While we design our post lanterns to provide a glowing warmth, the beauty of solid copper or brass lanterns also provides a dramatic accent in the daytime. Most importantly when choosing the size and quantity of post lanterns, consider these factors: First of all do not shy away from size. The light may appear undersized if not scaled properly to the setting. Consequently, the distance from the post light to the building, as well as the building size itself determines the appropriate lantern size. In addition on long driveways, multiple copper post lanterns may be necessary to achieve proper illumination and aesthetic value.



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