Pair of ships lanterns that have been meticulously polished and lacquered. They have huge chimney tops with handles, brass bars and carry handles. Clear glass Fresnel lenses. Port and starboard lanterns. The port lens has a crack that should be viewed in the photo. Please view all the photos. Dents should be seen also. Both have makers badges from William Porters Sons 271 Peral St., New York, Circa 1880. Both have fine oil burners with argon wicks. Again, do not miss the crack on the lens.
Overall Dimensions: 20"H (w/o handle) x 14"L x 11"Deep
Date: Circa 1890
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