This tall industrial, vintage American outdoor park light has an arched stem supporting a large, disc-shaped single light. The lights displays a transitional style showing design elements from Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Now on an iron base. Electrified with a single socket.
This post lamp fixture was salvaged from the Burnham Harbor in Chicago, which is named for urban planner and architect Daniel Burnham (American, 1846-1912). He was a key figure in the creation of master plans of a number of cities including Chicago and Washington. D.C. The last image shows a circa 1950 vintage postcard of the Burnham Harbor park where one of these lights is pictured (not included).
Early 20th century
Width 20 Depth 44 Height 91 inches