Behold, an enchanting find awaits you: a grand Neon-Vrsar brass post-mounted navigation light, rescued from a bygone vessel and skillfully rewired for both commercial and residential use. Its top proudly bears the distinctive “Neon-Vrsar” marking, while each light possesses its own unique plaque beneath this renowned name.
These navigation lights serve as beacons, guiding fellow vessels with their vivid glow. The radiant red signifies the port side, while the vibrant green indicates the starboard. As for the white/clear light, it gracefully illuminates from all angles, commonly adorning the stern.
Immerse yourself in the allure of this solid brass post light. Its clear Fresnel lens, though displaying a few gentle chips acquired through years of seafaring adventures, remains in decent condition. To access the bulb area, a simple loosening of the thumb screw unveils the lid, allowing easy maintenance. As the wiring elegantly exits from the bottom of the light through the brass post, it ensures a seamless integration.
Rest assured, this light has been meticulously re-wired with brand-new UL-Listed components, designed to handle any voltage under 250 volts. The bulb holder accommodates a medium base bulb of 75 watts or less, but for a modern touch, you may opt for compact fluorescent bulbs or LED lights with an Edison base.
Prepare to bask in the captivating charm of this remarkable piece, offering both functionality and aesthetic appeal.
Height: 13 1/4″
Glass Length: 5 1/2″
Base Diameter: 5 3/4″
Weight: 20.5 lbs.