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English Gas Exterior Post Lantern Small

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Developed in London in the late 18th century, gas lighting quickly spread to American cities. Gas light technology arrived in Baltimore city in 1816 and was first introduced to private residences by a Philadelphia coppersmith. Inspired by a hanging lantern found in Birmingham, England, early 19th century. Designed by Scofield.

  • Dimensions

    Overall: 22-1/4" h. x 13-1/2" w. x 12" d.

  • Application

    UL listed for use in dry, damp, or wet environments.

  • Lamping

    Single Edison socket, maximum 100 watts
    Also available with single Candelabra socket

  • Options

    Please specify curved or straight chimney. Additional glass and post options available. Supplied with a 3" post collar, pier mounting options also available.
    For other configurations and sizes, see our English Gas Family.
    See our Scofield options sheet for selections

  • Finishes

    Bronzed Copper, Natural Copper, Oxidized Copper

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