Chicago Harbor Lighthouse Table Lamp, Illinois

Originally built in 1893 at the mouth of the Chicago River, the Chicago Harbor Light was then moved to a breakwater out in Lake Michigan, where it is today. It was constructed of steel over brick to withstand the ravages of life on Lake Michigan. It has a third-order Fresnel Lens, which was on display at the Columbian Exposition in 1893. 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 #: 1000CHI

$189.00 $151.20

SKU: 1000CHI Category:

Additional information

Lampshade Option: *

Old World Map, Antique Parchment