Fine lamps of authentic Victorian Design
The Leicester Fleur-de-Lys
An elegant yet functional lamp, from a 19th century French black and gold design, adopted for many years by the City of Leicester for its gas lamps.
A faithful replica, cast in the traditional manner from modern moulds, this fine Victorian-style lamp will look magnificent in many settings, in public authority and private developments.

Lamps of distinction

The Leicester Fleur-de-Lys Lamp Post with Crown or Bell Lantern, based on a French design of more than 100 years ago, is cast in modern, new moulds by skilled British craftsmen using centuries-old methods. It was last produced in Leicester, England some 50 years ago.

This elegant and very distinctive lamp offers effective and maintenance free outdoor lighting for many situations around public, commercial and private gardens, pathways and parking areas.

The Fleur-de-Lys design is the first of a new range of high quality ornamental, working lamps, each in an original and very individual style, as used by towns and cities throughout Britain in Victorian times.

The base of the column has a lockable panel, the ladder stay has two brass eyes on the stays capable of taking hanging baskets. Clear acrylic glazing is supplied as standard in the lanterns, column and lanterns are supplied in black primer as standard.

Installation is remarkably simple, all that is needed is 15 of the base to be sunk and concreted in the ground. Supplied with standard fitting B.C. Lampholder to take standard light bulbs, there is space in the lantern top for control gear for discharge lamps.

We recommend any electrical work to be carried out by a fully qualified electrician.

Jardine Essex
108-112 Westmoor Street, Charlton, London
SE7 8NQ, England.
Tel 0208 858 6110 Fax 0208 305 0907

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