Colonial Lighting

Colonial lighting suits the austere, simple design of colonial architecture dating from 1600 to 1850--typified by Thomas Jefferson's Monticello. Classic examples of colonial lighting include matchstick lamps, taper candle sconces, and glass ball chandeliers. Free of fussy ornamentation, colonial lighting is the perfect complement to any traditional American home.

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Burbank, CA
Vintage and reproduction Spanish Revival-style furniture, lighting, including natural gas, and accessories.
Reading, PA
This division of Black and Decker manufactures an extensive line of architectural and decorative hardware and lighting.
Reproductions of early Colonial American chandeliers, lanterns and sconces.
Churchton, MD
Online sales of decorative heating register grilles, filter grilles and speaker grilles plus medallions for recessed lights, architectural wall panels, faux hinge straps, escutcheons and…
North Chatham, MA
Quality, Handcrafted Brass & Copper Lanterns, Wall Lights, Post Lights, Chandeliers, Sconces, Onion Lanterns. Custom Work & Repairs.
Ashburnham, MA
Offering authentic reproductions of 18th- and early-19th-century furniture, available fully finished or in easy-to-assemble kits. Related decorative accessories also available.
Maker of handmade wood and iron chandeliers, wrought iron exterior lanterns, and hand painted accent lamps. Site includes dealer info but not direct sales.
Marina del Rey, CA
Croft & Little offers an expansive collection of traditional and contemporary lights from the best brands such as Forecast, Hudson Valley and Robert Abbey. FREE…
Eighteenth-century period hardware and light fixtures. Authentic hand-forged iron thumb latches, strap hinges, H & HL hinges, fireplace tools and hearth cooking equipment.
Pocono Pines, PA
Hand crafted solid copper lanterns made in Pennsylvania since 1973. Artisans use all hand tools to replicate classic looks. Fixtures UL listed.