About the Acadian
This classic copper gas lantern fixture is inspired by the Acadians, descendants of French colonists who settled in Acadia during the 17th and 18th centuries. Many migrated from Nova Scotia and settled in South Louisiana, merging with the locals to form a unique culture. The gas valve burns with a beautiful pecan leaf flame pattern visible from a distance through tempered glass panes. Antique-finished and clear-coated for a durable, lasting finish. This gas lantern was designed in Louisiana and brings southern charm to any home.
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