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Early era street lamps adorned urban areas during the late eighteen hundreds. This was a time when Victorian style and elegance were matched with the soft glow of gas lamps. Today, this luminaire provides authentic styling, with modern light sources and electrical components. ~13;~10;
~13;~10;The following are product attributes for the Dorchester~174; Series luminaires: Early era gas lamp style; Pedestrian scaled luminaire; Permanent, durable borosilicate glass refractor design; Clear acrylic outer cylinder; Asymmetric , symmetric, and square lighting distributions; IESNA cutoff option; Wide choice of low wattage lamp sources in high pressure sodium, metal halide, and incandescent; Tool-less entry in to optical assembly; Translucent acrylic dome allows light to define ~8220;Gaslight ~8220; shape; Decorative spun aluminum top cap
Listings: Standard product is UL and CUL approved. For listing availability, consult factory.