A VICTORIAN IRON LANTERN WITH ORIGINAL GLASS PANELS

£650.00

Description

Circa 1900, a six sided Victorian wrought iron lantern originally used with candles.  It was converted to electricity some time ago and rewired by a qualified electrician to take three small lightbulbs supported by candle tubes.  

All the original bevelled etched glass panels are in good condition, and each panel curves at the top – see photos in the gallery.   The panels all have the same abstract floral design in the centre.

The light measures 60cm from the hook at the top to the base, and if you include the chain which is attached to the original ceiling hook, the length is 108cm.  The width across the light is approximately 47cm.

It must have an up to date PAT test before installation, and if it is to go under an outside porch, this must be agreed by the electrician carrying out the installation.

For payment and delivery please contact us at Lancasterantiques@ymail.com. If collection arrangements can be made by the buyer, we will offer a good discount on the price.

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