If early Colonial lanterns could speak, they undoubtedly would reveal a wealth of tales and fireside stories
that have been lost of the last two centuries. Lanterns were carried by jailers on their prison rounds;
by night watchmen as they traversed darkened cobbled streets; by farmers tending their livestock on snowy winter evenings.

Lanterns lit the entrances and passageways of American’s wayside taverns and they kept watch over the American patriots
struggling to mold a unified government from 13 very independent colonies. They were the ever-silent bystanders through those early years in American history.

All the Heritage wall-mounted lanterns feature a “return” area in the back of the light.
Wiring, done anywhere within this 1/2″ deep flush mount area will be completely out of sight and weather protected.