The Camberwell is a traditional lantern widely used in the late 1800’s. It has clear lower and opal upper glazing which provides a degree of upward light to softly illuminate building facias. The Camberwell lantern is handcrafted from copper with a decorative finial and tower set that are truly unique.
The original design was created many years ago by William Sugg & Co. Ltd. and still looks as beautiful today as it did then. The Camberwell is available in a variety of combinations and can be supplied with a door or a hinged lid. The lantern is frog mounted as standard and is designed to fit a 76mm spigot.
Size: Available in one size – 16” (405mm). Please noteall dimensions are approximate and subject to minor change.
Light sources: High performance (LED COB, LED panels, LED mantles). Conventional lamps with a range of optical distributions to meet varied applications are also available.
Glazing: Glazed panels in glass or polycarbonate in various finishes including clear, opal and etched.
Finish: Durable and long-lasting polyester powder paint finishes in a full range of RAL colours. The lantern can also be supplied unfinished or polished in natural copper to develop a patina. Specialist finishes, including marine grade, are available on request.
Dark skies compliant (solid top only).
Emergency versions available.
Single and two-part electronic photocells are available upon request.