The Limehouse Lamp Company took its name from Limehouse in London's East End where, based in a former Victorian public house, it began faithfully recreating original Victorian carriage lamps in 1971. When the area was cleared to make way for London's Docklands, it moved to its current factory tucked away in Sussex's South Downs. Its range has developed over the years, too, and now features a beguiling selection of traditional and vintage industrial retro outdoor and interior lighting. Working predominantly in brass and copper, Limehouse lighting uses time-honoured traditional manufacturing methods to hand-craft its light fittings piece by piece, giving each its own unique identity. Here we feature Limehouse's 1900 Collection outdoor lighting. To view Limehouse's 1900 Collection interior lighting, click here.