Perfect for Porch, Patio or Entry
Why settle for big box store cookie cutter lighting for your one-of-a-kind home?
The Annapolis Ceiling Light, shown here in our Antique Brass finish with Clear Glass, is handmade in the USA from solid copper and brass. Designed to last for decades and guaranteed for life, the Annapolis Ceiling Light by Lanternland will never rust or corrode. Available in your choice of two standard sizes, eight all-natural hand applied 'living' finishes and four distinctive styles of glass, this classic Colonial style ceiling light goes well with a wide variety of traditional, Early American, Colonial and Colonial Revival style homes, lake homes and cabins. Ideal as a kitchen light, a porch light, a patio light, and entry light, a hallway light or as a mudroom light.
Choose from any of our eight all-natural copper and brass hand-applied finishes at no extra cost. Unlike painted or powdered coated finishes our natural finishes will never crack, rust or peel, guaranteed for life.
Each of our finishes is the result of an all-natural chemical process which mimics the natural aging process to produce a 'living finish'. Over time these finishes will gradually develop the beautiful natural patina copper and brass are known for increasing the value and beauty of your lanterns as time goes by while forming a natural protective barrier.
*Please Note: Because each of our all-natural finishes is hand applied the shade can vary.
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Choose from any of our four distinctive styles of glass at no extra cost.
Rustic, Early American
Clear glass with larger, oval shaped 'seeds' or air bubbles.
Style: Colonial, Traditional, Early American, Colonial Revival, Cape Cod, Greek Revival, Dutch Colonial, Plantation, Coastal
Location: Indoor and Outdoor
LED and CFL Compatible: Yes
Wet Locations Compliant: No
Dark Sky Compliant: No
Materials: Brass or Copper, Glass
UL Listed: Yes
Bulbs Included?: No
Warranty: Click for Warranty
Return Policy: Click for Return Policy
How To Install: Click for Installation Instructions