Traditional Anchor Lantern
brass anchor lantern in solid polished and factory coated
brass. The look and feel of a by-gone romantic era
when tall ships ruled the seas. The anchor lamp
is the top-most marker / navigation light on a vessel.
These oil burning lamps were lit and hoisted to the top of
the tallest mast on the ship by tying one rope to the handle
and one rope to the bottom bail.
The Fresnel style lens
is made to magnify the oil lamp light to be visible
for 20 nautical miles and burn for about 7 hours before
Our brass Anchor Lantern is hand machined in of pure
heavy-gauge brass and stands 10" tall with the bail down and
is 6.5" wide and can be ordered with the oil burner or as an
NOTE: The reason
the lens in some pictures looks yellow is due to the yellow
bulb in the lamp.