A charming antique copper lantern, dating from the early 1900s, and found in a home in Lexington, KY. This semi-flush light begins with an understated canopy which comes down in short rod to a simple loop finial; the finial descends to affix to the fixture’s conical roof. The cylindrical lantern features a minimal framework; tucked behind the framework is a piece of cylindrical and textured glass. This light fixture is in excellent condition; the glass is also in good condition with no cracks or chips in the glass, only the expected fleabites along the edges. It has been professionally rewired and comes with all the necessary attachments for modern installation. This light measures 5-1/2″ in diameter and approx. 18-3/4” tall.