Lannan Gallery offers a wide selection of ship's lanterns in a variety of styles, sizes and finishes for all of your decor desires whether your scheme is nautical, your home is waterfront or a seaside community or if your interior design needs are simply unique, our inventory will likely have what you are looking for.
Looking for a unique lantern for your new kitchen? Our massive assortment of ceiling mount lights are suitable for every kitchen light. If your theme is more refined, the gallery has a variety of highly polished brass bulkhead or chrome-finish cargo pendants that can be purchased in quantity if needed, for example. Or if your design ideas pertain to a more rustic subject matter the gallery has many galvanized, painted or near one-of-a-kind styles to round out the special details of your arrangement.
If you are in the market for an accent piece the Lannan Gallery has a huge collection of copper masthead lights, brass anchor lanterns and magnificent buoy lanterns for larger spaces. We have options in our inventory to fit every lighting need with flush mount, table display, corner space and outdoor lanterns with pairs of port and starboard, or cabin lights, for example.
Size: 12" x 7" Finish: Brass Period: Early to Mid 19th Century Manufacturer: Perko (Perkins Marine, Brooklyn, NY, USA) Polish: Glossy Lens: Fresnel, one colored red, one green. Detail: -...
Pair of copper port and starboard lights by William Harvie and Co., and Meteorite. : 15" D x 14" W x 22" H
Pair of double stack copper port and starboard lanterns by Seahorse with red and green filters. : 24" H x 14" W This item is available for pickup at...
Port and starboard ship's lanterns with steel cases, brass port and starboard badges, brass Meteorite badges, etc. Port lantern is missing carry handle. Close but not a matched pair. :...
Polished port and starboard lanterns with glass Fresnel lenses. Fitted to hardwood base. : 10.5" L x 10" W x 11/5" H
Two solid copper Perko ship's port lanterns both with ruby red lenses. Slightly different. : 16" L x 13" W x 19" H
Great pair of highly polished and lacquered ship's lanterns with Fresnel lenses by Perko. In very good order. : 7" L x 6" W x 10.5" H (w/o handle)
Early 20th century port side ship's lantern from an American Grand Banks fishing schooner. With red Fresnel lens, protective bars, vented top, electrified. : 12" L x 11" W x...
Pair of brass starboard lanterns by Perko, with blue Fresnel lenses, corner backs, hinged front doors, mounting brackets. Not an exact pair. Mild pitting to top of one lantern. :...
Pair of aluminum and brass port and starboard lanterns by Perko. Brass bases and carry handles, vented tops, blue and red Fresnel lenses, rear mounting brackets.
Port and starboard bow light from a motor boat. Red and green Fresnel lens, carry handle, painted galvanized steel. : 6" x 6"
Pair of port and starboard lanterns by Perko. Fitted with red and cobalt blue fresnel lenses. Unusual wing design exclusive to U.S. built warships from World War I. 16" at...
Fine antique ship's lantern with original brass maker's badge form William Porter's Sons & Co. 271 Pearl St., New York. Rich cobalt blue fresnel lens. Unique shape. 10" long x...
This is the larges brass ship's port lantern we have ever had! Highly polished brass lantern with vented top, sturdy handle, protective bars, ruby red fresnel lens. 22" x 18"...
Solid copper and brass starboard ship's lantern. Heavy fresnel glass lens. Brass maker's badge from William Harvie, 24 Alpine St. Glasgow. Brass carry handle, solid brass hinges on top with...
Starboard lantern with heavy brass fittings including hinged top, sliding door on rear.
Vintage ship's port lantern by Brooklyn New York maker "A Ward Hendrikson." Rich ruby red lens. Vented chimney, brass cap. 23" high with handle x 14 x 11 *...
Rich blue starboard ship's lantern with iron case, heavy handle. Electrified. 22" x 14" x 13" * weight is estimated on dimensional weight
Pair of port and starboard ship lanterns. Black painted finish, vented chimneys, fresnel lenses. Unusual size. 17 1/2" x 9" x 6 1/2" * weight is estimated on dimensional...
Pair of galvanized steel port and starboard lanterns by Wilcox Crittenden. Brass hoisting handle, green and red Fresnel lenses, corner mounting and etc. :
Size: 6" x 5 1/2" x 5" (depth) Finish: Copper Period: Early 1900s, approximately Manufacturer: Simpson & Lawrence of Glasgow Polish: Semi-glossy Lens: Two clear Fresnel Detail: - corner back...
Pair of lanterns fitted with Fresnel glass lenses, hoisting handles of solid brass, vented chimneys, sliding rear doors, and etc. Fitted with burners. : 16" L x 15" W x...
Polished copper ship's port and starboard lanterns with brass badges reading "Babords and Stybords", Swedish for port and starboard. With Fresnel lenses, hoisting handles, hinged chimney tops and original burnders....
19th Century yacht port and starboard lanterns with brass protective bars, vented tops and carry rings. Both with maker's labels from George Carpenter & Co., Ship Chandlers, Chicago. : 6.5"...
Pair of polished and lacquered port and starboard lanterns. Richly colored Fresnel lenses, carry rings, hinged doors by Universal Metal Spinning & Stamping, New York. Sold as pair. : 7"...
Pair of port and starboard lanterns of galvanized steel by Wilcox Crittendeon, Middletown, CT. Vented top, brass carry handle, rear mounting brackets. 360 degrees. Oil burners. Green and red Fresnel...
Authentic copper pair of Port & Starboard lanterns with Fresnel lenses, identification badges, hinged top and rear doors, corner back. Lens has one chip in Starboard light. Probably Dutch manufacturer....
Pair of galvanized Port & Starboard Lights. : 24" x 15" x 12"
Copper "Steuerboard" light. Overall : 29" tall with handle x 17" D x 15" W
Antique port & starboard lantern in brass with red and blue Fresnel lenses. Overall : 11" H with loop x 5" W x 8" diameter
Size: 18 3/4" (with handle) x 7" (diameter), 16" wide shrouds Finish: Brass Period: Early 1900s, approximately Manufacturer: Perko (Perkins Marine, Brooklyn USA) Polish: Semi-glossy Lens: Marine blue Fresnel, ruby...