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Commercial Lamp Post Lighting

The principal of using post mounted lanterns is well established; by lifting a lantern higher you get a broader spread of light. Of course you need to get the balance right and ensure the amount of light is appropriate the height of the post or column. Here we have listed a few examples of the lamp posts we can supply. Contact us if you would like to see a wider range or need assistance with spacing and heights to achieve the correct light level. Lighting Styles has good expertise in this area and can offer good advice if required.

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Classy & Curvy Twin Head Lamp PostClassy & Curvy Twin Head Lamp Post

Classy & Curvy Twin Head Lamp Post

5 Products
£455.00
Choose Matt Black or Matt White Finish
Stylish Exterior Twin Lantern for Lamp Post Stylish Exterior Twin Lantern for Lamp Post

Stylish Exterior Twin Lantern for Lamp Post

7 Products
£260.00
Available in Black, White or Green Finish
Stylish Exterior Lamp Post - Different Height OptionsStylish Exterior Lamp Post - Different Height Options

Stylish Exterior Lamp Post - Different Height Options

8 Products
£298.00
Black or White - Great for Many Gardens
Traditional Exterior Triple Lamp Post Height 2.3mTraditional Exterior Triple Lamp Post Height 2.3m

Traditional Exterior Triple Lamp Post Height 2.3m

 
£312.00
Wall Lights, Bollard & PIR Lantern Available
Victorian Scrolled Lamp PostVictorian Scrolled Lamp Post

Victorian Scrolled Lamp Post

 
£1,224.00
Black and Clear Glass Panels
European- Style Lamp Post - Commercial or DomesticEuropean- Style Lamp Post - Commercial or Domestic

European- Style Lamp Post - Commercial or Domestic

11 Products
£164.00
Choose Single or Twin Lantern - Black or White Finish
Modern Design Reduced Height Lamp Post - 2 MetresModern Design Reduced Height Lamp Post - 2 Metres

Modern Design Reduced Height Lamp Post - 2 Metres

3 Products
£360.00
Offered as Part of a Range in Silver-Grey and Black
Low Glare Modern Lamp Post in BlackLow Glare Modern Lamp Post in Black

Low Glare Modern Lamp Post in Black

2 Products
£380.00
Complete with Pole - Total Height 2320mm
Stylish Modern Lamp-Post - Commercial or Domestic UseStylish Modern Lamp-Post - Commercial or Domestic Use

Stylish Modern Lamp-Post - Commercial or Domestic Use

4 Products
£390.00
White, Black or Aluminium
Stylish Triple Head Lamp PostStylish Triple Head Lamp Post

Stylish Triple Head Lamp Post

5 Products
£430.00
Available in Black or White
Raw Galvanised Exterior Lamp Post H:2200mmRaw Galvanised Exterior Lamp Post H:2200mm

Raw Galvanised Exterior Lamp Post H:2200mm

3 Products
£488.00
LED or E27 Lamp Option
Classy & Curvy Triple Head Lamp PostClassy & Curvy Triple Head Lamp Post

Classy & Curvy Triple Head Lamp Post

5 Products
£700.00
Choose Matt Black or Matt White Finish
Classic Gasolier Style Copper Lantern Lampposts

Classic Gasolier Style Copper Lantern Lampposts

2 Products
£1,262.25
Small or Large Lantern & Two Heights
Bocci LED Illuminated Outdoor TreeBocci LED Illuminated Outdoor Tree

Bocci LED Illuminated Outdoor Tree

 
£15,187.50
Funky & Stylish
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Before incandescent lamps, gas lighting was used in cities. The earliest lamp fixed lanterns required a lamplighter to tour the town at dusk, lighting each of the lanterns. Later ignition devices that would automatically strike the flame when the gas supply was activated. The first electric street lantern used a carbon arc lamp employing alternating current, which ensured that both electrodes were consumed at equal rates. An array of arc lamps were used to light Holborn Viaduct and the Thames Embankment in London. This was the the first electric street lighting in Britain. The first street in the UK to be lit by electric light was Mosley Street, in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The street was lit by Joseph Swan`s incandescent lamp on the 3rd February, 1879. Today, street lighting commonly uses high-intensity discharge lamps, often high pressure sodium lamps.