The anchor light, always placed atop a ship’s mast at the highest point whether at sea or anchored, was used for hundreds of years. Beautifully crafted of brass, copper, and hand-blown glass, the replica features a cast handle, cast slots, molded name plates, and a kerosene burner. The nameplate states “Anchor Light." Opens on bottom to insert oil. 14"h x 6½" diameter. Weighs a hefty 5½ pounds.