Stone County Missouri Library Entry Lights

As the Stone Co Library was being built a few tears ago the library board wanted to made a real statement with the entry lighting.They wanted the Stone County logo on the front of the lights to say they are proud of the new library and the area. I built this pair of lights using solid copper and amber art glass. Small oak leaves are all over the light body with one giant oak leaf on the front. Copper lines depict waves of water and the Ozark hills with a globe bulb to be seen as the sun. They cast a very pleasing light at the front door.Each light is approximately 3' tall and 2' wide with a natural green patina that only gets more dramatic as time passes. Using this Rustic Craftsman style with a different treatment on the front I believe we can come up with the perfect answer for your entryway lighting. Get in touch with me and we can discuss any options you might need, be it size, finish or subject matter.

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