19th Century Louis XVI Brass Lantern, Originally Gas Burning, Converted to Electricity

This Louis XVI hexagonal lantern is made of brass and features one door and one internal light. The French antique piece dates back to the 19th century, and is decorated with a knob at each corner of the top. Smaller knobs rest below at each corner of the bottom, mirroring their partners above.  This lantern was originally made for gas, seen most notably by the gas key below the singular light used to turn the flow of gas on and off. It has since been converted to electricity.

$6,500Item: 5804


Height: 28 inches

Width: 13 inches

Number of Lights: 1

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