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|Gooseneck Sign Light SL501A
Our custom smaller version of the popular SL-501 was developed in collaboration with
the owners of "Ron Blacks" restaurant in White Plains, NY. The custom size gooseneck
light ( SL-501A) was created to meet zoning requirements for fixture extensions.
Our sign light model SL502L (with copper shades
and black powder coated arms) illuminate the
storefront of Scott Furniture & Interiors.
|Handcrafted Restaurant Lighting Fixtures
Our handcrafted SL501 gooseneck sign lights are an important component of the
overall external architecture for any restaurant. With their solid copper or brass
shades & wall canopies and black powder coated steel arms, this attractive lighting
will withstand the elements against rust or corrosion for many years to come.
|This unique application of our sign light SL502S (with copper
shades & black arms) can be found at Krave Hair Salon in
Kimberly, WI. These graceful gooseneck fixtures coordinate
nicely with the Salon's black and brick design scheme.
|Custom Sign Lights SL 503
These custom SL503 gooseneck fixtures were developed to illuminate a retail
courtyard at a restored historic complex in Worcester, MA.
(Extension from building to end of light is approximately 6 feet)
|Gooseneck Doorway Light
Our SLS 508 in antique copper finish is a
perfect complement to the overall aesthetic
look of this residential doorway.
|Barn Light SL 503L
|In the photo below sign lighting model # SL501 (with copper shades and powder
coated black arm brackets) light signs on a historic commercial building in MA.
|Custom Wooden Chandelier
An impressive custom wood chandelier with 22 antique tin
arms, 6 feet in diameter and 6 feet high was created to grace
this retail outlet in historic Sturbridge MA.
|Colonial Hanging Copper Lanterns/ HW103
These HW-103 "Williams"hanging copper lights illuminate the
dining room area at the White Bear Yacht & Country Club in
Minnesota designed by Yunker Associates Architects
Illuminating the driveway of a large Early American
reproduction home is a pair of our P-101 "Large
Sturbridge" copper lanterns on Square cedar poles.
|Western Lodge Style Lighting
A pair of S-144 Arrowhead solid copper sconces were chosen by Los Angeles
interior designer Madeline Stuart Associates to flank a Great Room fireplace.
These sconces are fully handcrafted from heavy gauge copper (1/8" thick) to create
a unique rustic "Western Style" look.
|Old English Tudor Reproduction Chandelier
Shown below the is the Old English Tudor Chandelier CH 422 handcrafted copper
reproduction chandelier. This impressive fixture is made with a hand hammered
copper surface providing a detail and texture that is second to none.
|Early American Wood Chandelier
The CH-109 in stained wood finish with antique tin arms shown
here illustrates how beautifully a wood chandelier coordinates
with other furniture pieces in the room for an overall
aesthetically pleasing look.
|Colonial Tin Chandelier
Shown here the 2 tier CH201 antique tin chandelier blends nicely
with the casual country design of this media room at The Villas At
|Colonial Country Wooden Chandeliers
Shown here is a CH203 wooden chandelier finished in
Richardson House Red with antique glaze and antique tin arms.
|Wooden Chandelier CH121B
This two tier 12 arm colonial wooden chandelier (CH-121B) is a perfect
complement for any colonial setting. This wooden chandelier is available in
both single and two tier styles. All of our colonial wooden chandeliers are
custom finished to coordinate with your decor.
|Wooden Chandelier CH-203A
The CH-203A wooden chandelier is a perfect complement for
this large gathering room at the El Pueblo Inn, Sonoma,CA
designed by Adrian Martinez Architect
|Old English Manor House Wall Lights
These 922W English Manor House copper wall lights are an
ideal choice to light up the stately entryway of a Newport, RI
estate built by BR Arnold Construction.
|Colonial Chandelier CH106
Shown here a CH-106 in antique tin finish has been used to
light the dining area in tan Early American kitchen.