OUT­DOOR LIGHTS

For the en­try and land­scape.

Old House Journal - - Inspired + Timeless -

1. TRUE REPLICA

The Pagoda porch light is a replica of the Ja­panese-in­spired, cast-iron lights in­stalled in 1914 at Fort De­fi­ance Park in Ta­coma, Wash­ing­ton. Shown with a round opal glass shade, it’s 26 ½ " high x 12" wide;

$600. Vin­tage Hard­ware & Light­ing,

(360) 379-9030, vin­tage­hard­ware.com

2. TIME­LESS GASLIGHT

The French Quar­ter bracket lan­tern is the orig­i­nal de­sign from this pur­veyor of gaslight fix­tures. Con­structed of hand-riv­eted cop­per, it’s avail­able fit­ted for nat­u­ral gas, liq­uid propane, or elec­tric­ity. Sizes range from 14" to 27" high; $275 to $1,000. Bevolo, (504) 522-9485, bevolo.com

3. AT­MO­SPHERIC DRUM

Pierced with leaf cutouts that pro­duce sparkle and shad­owy re­flec­tions, the Sweet­bay drum chan­de­lier is suit­able for such damp lo­ca­tions as a cov­ered porch. The pow­der­coated alu­minum fix­ture is 20" wide and 9 5 /8" deep; $451. Sig­na­ture Hard­ware,

(866) 855-2284, sig­na­ture­hard­ware.com

4. GAM­BLE GREET­ING

A wall-mount bracket and a chain-mount pen­dant from the Wood­field series are shown with the Gam­ble over­lay. Fix­tures are of­fered in a range of sizes, fin­ishes, art glass, and over­lays, cost­ing $420 to $900 and up, de­pend­ing on op­tions. Old Cal­i­for­nia Light­ing, (800) 577-6679, old­cal­i­for­nia.com

5. PEAKED-ROOF LAN­TERN

Light a path or drive­way en­trance with the Lan­caster col­umn light. The pier-mount lan­tern is 14" x 14" at the base and 25 ¾ "high. It’s avail­able in seven metal fin­ishes, with or without an over­lay, and a choice of art glass; $1,498.50. Brass Light Gallery, (800) 243-9595, brasslight­gallery.com

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