Franklin Street Gas or Electric Copper Lantern with Top and Bottom Scrolls
Franklin Street with Top and Bottom Scrolls Bracket by The CopperSmith. The Franklin Street lantern design originates from Buckinghamshire in Southeast England and was named to honor the distinguished English name from that region. This lantern is one of the most traditional of all gas lantern designs and has adorned the streets throughout England for the past 300 years. Available in five finishes: Antique Copper, Matte Black, Graphite, Oil Rubbed Bronze, and Stardust Silver.
French Market Lanterns is proud to offer the Franklin Street Lantern with Top and Bottom Scrolls Bracket by The CopperSmith. The classic styling of the Franklin Street Lantern is reminiscent of gas lighting found in the old world streets of London. The solid copper top supports a beautifully spun copper finial that adds a sense of magnificence to this lantern. With solid copper construction, the Franklin Street Lantern with Premium Scroll Bracket is UL approved in outdoor applications. Available in several different sizes, the Franklin Street Lantern with Top and Bottom Scrolls will extend the vertical space of the lantern giving it a sense of height without weight. It can also be made as a gas lantern or an electric lantern allowing it to be useful in all situations. This copper lantern would be a lovely addition to any home or business.
|Availability||Ships in 4-6 Weeks|
|Post Mount Options||Post Mount|
|Finish Family||Copper - Antique|
|Mount Type||Wall - ALL, --- Fancy Scroll Bracket|
|Number of Sides||4 Sided|
|Size||Large (20"-27" tall), Extra Large (27.5" or taller)|
|Fuel Type||Gas - Manual, Gas - Electronic Ignition|
|About the Manufacturer||The CopperSmith features one of the largest selections of copper gas and electric lanterns along with many decorative bracket options.|
|Dimensions (H" x W" x EXT)"||10.5" x 26.5" x single-burner/2-60W bulbs|
12" x 31.5" x single-burner/2-60W bulbs
15.5 x 36" x single-burner/3-60W bulbs
17.5 x 41.5 x single-burner/3-60W bulbs