Sturgeon Point Light Table Lamp, Michigan
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Sturgeon Point Light, located in Northern Michigan in the town of Harrisville overlooking Lake Huron, is a 68-foot conical tower constructed in 1869 on land donated by its first keeper. The keeper's dwelling is a two-story brick structure attached to the tower by a passageway. The light comes from a 3-1/2 order lens, which casts a bright beacon out into Lake Huron. Overall lamp height is 24".

Lamp Features:

  • Three-wire lighting (night light, table lamp, or both)"
  • Genuine, hand-painted Lefton ceramic lighthouse"
  • Five-quarter solid pine base, stained and top-coated"
  • Shade options: Antique Parchment or Old World Map"
  • Solid brass ball finial"
  • Maximum wattage: 100 watts"
  • Boston LightWorks original & exclusive"
  • Item #: 1000STP

Sturgeon Point Light Table Lamp, Michigan

Price: $189.00
Sale Price: $151.20
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