713P Philadelphia Post Lantern

 

Product Description:

Ben Franklin’s experience working with his father as a child inspired him to invent a two-wick tube in 1751, increasing the power of lantern light & leading to the use of street lanterns to light Philadelphia.

 

Dimensions:

  • Small: 12″ w x 12″ d x 24″ h including 3″ base
  • Medium: 14″ w x 14″ d x 27″ h including 3″ base
  • Large: 16″ w x 16″ d x 32″ h including 3″ base

 

Lamping:

  • All sizes UL listed for Wet location
  • Small: One Standard (E26), 100 watt max or One Candelabra (E12), 60 watt max**
  • Medium: One Standard (E26), 100 watt max or Three Candelabra (E12) Cluster, 60 watt max**
  • Large: One Standard (E26), 100 watt max or Three Candelabra (E12) Cluster, 60 watt max**

 

Materials:

  • Copper

 

Finishes:

  • Natural, Bronzed, Oxidized or Leaded Copper

 

Additional Options:

  • Glass: Plain, Seeded, Frosted, Opal or Restoration
  • Mount: 3” Cast Bronze or Black Painted Steel Post Collar

 

Additional Product Information:

  • **Filament LED (2-6 watt) bulbs strongly recommended with optional wax sleeves