A WWII era, high quality British made marine grade lantern that we have repurposed into a functioning nautical table lamp. Primarily made out of steel with brass hardware and copper fastening rivet construction. Retains the original adjustable wick oil burner mechanism (probably Bulpitt).The Back has a cast brass wall mounting bracket and a hinged top above for opening. The lantern also is designed with a right hinged door for removal of the burner. A keyhole on the right side opens with a sliding cover for interior burner adjustment. Also retains theold worn black painted lantern exterior surface. The front and side window panes are removable for easy cleaning (or replacement if cracked). Displays beautifully. The housing has a few small surface dents from marine use throughout its history. Missing the upper swing handle.
The lamp lighting choices toggle between the interior light and the lamp light via the upper light switch. You can use either the
upper room light, the interior lantern light or both as desired.
The lamp measures 8 1/2 inches wide, 6 inches deep and stands 28 inches tall to the top of the shade. (as shown). Weighs 12 pounds!
Price does not include lampshade.
Shown here with our 18 inch burlap covered lampshade.
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