Hutton Metalcrafts, Inc.
A unique design including wall mounted spinning and hanger.
Comes in a Verde Patine finish with whispy white glass.
Contians one porcelain socket. Hi-pot dielectric tested premium
Leviton electrical components insure a safe outdoor fixture.
Lamp body size is 16" tall x 8 1/4" wide, approximate 6"
projection. With the top ring and hanger it is a total 22" tall +-.
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(888) 479 1748
A clipper was a very fast sailing ship of the middle third of the
19th century. They were fast, yachtlike vessels, with three masts
and a square rig. They were generally narrow for their length,
could carry limited bulk freight, small by later 19th century
standards, and had a large total sail area. Clipper ships were
mostly constructed in British and American shipyards, though
France, Brazil, the Netherlands and other nations also produced
some. Clippers sailed all over the world, primarily on the trade
routes between the United Kingdom and its colonies in the east,
in trans-Atlantic trade, and the New York-to-San Francisco route
round Cape Horn during the California Gold Rush. Dutch clippers
were built beginning in the 1850s for the tea trade and
passenger service to Java.