Customization - We care about putting the correct size and style on your home
Quality - Bevolo Lanterns are lifetime fixtures and will be the last you will ever have to buy
Beauty - Bevolo Lanterns only increase in beauty as the copper ages
Continuity - We never discontinue a style of light
Riveted - Aviation technology is the root of our hand riveted lights' strength
Sustainable - The purest copper has a projected life of 300 years
Efficiency - Our lights feature the most energy efficient burner in the world
Longevity - Lifetime burners and secondary baffling systems ensure operability in any climate/environment
Locally Made - We are proud to be not only American made, but Louisiana made in Orleans, Jefferson and St. Tammany Parishes!
Yes, you can purchase the fixtures directly from us, the manufacturer. Buying direct keeps our consumers from paying all the typical supply chain mark ups. Lights sold at other retailers are being marked up multiple times since there are so many 'middle men' involved. The end result of Bevolo bringing the product directly to you is value. We are able to give you higher grade American mined and milled Copper; Master craftsmanship, and superior customer service all at reasonable prices.
To request a catalog, please email us through our contact page or call (504) 522-9485.
Yes, we offer a free design service. Send us your plans, elevations or photo of the area you are looking to address and we will put together a free lighting analysis telling you the proper size and style light that best complements the area. You will also receive photos, schematics, installation instructions and even utility locations if needed.
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Bevolo's sales staff is ready to help with your lighting needs. Come visit one of our locations at 521 Conti Street, 304/316/318 Royal Street or our Mandeville location. All locations have experienced Lighting Designers. 521 Conti Street has samples of our gas and electric lights for your design service needs. 316 Royal Street is the Bevolo Gas Light Museum and shop where craftsmen are manufacturing lanterns for you to see. 318 Royal Street showcases the Bevolo Interior Collection and 304 Royal Street is the home of our Vintage lamp collection. We also have a location located off Hwy. 59 in Mandeville, LA.
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When you purchase a Bevolo lantern, you're making a lifetime investment! For 70 years, Bevolo has handcrafted lanterns in New Orleans from the highest quality American mined copper. Copper is corrosive resistant, malleable, durable, long lasting metal that responds well to temperature extremes. These properties make copper an excellent material for our fixtures and a popular building material for roofs, flashings, gutters, domes, vaults and doors. For these reasons, copper has been used in architecture for hundreds of years. Although the initial investment for copper is greater than other metals like aluminum and zinc, it pays for itself in performance and lifespan.
In many cases, we can fabricate our fixtures from 316 stainless steel - an alloy with increased corrosive resistances and greater strength at elevated temperatures. Stainless steel fixtures work well in contemporary spaces. It also gives a transitional twist to classic designs.
Oxidizing Bevolo fixtures ensures the lanterns age gracefully and evenly over time. Our signature oxidation has become a Bevolo trademark - a beautiful antiqued copper hue with warm caramel undertones. This sought after color is exclusive to Bevolo and is used on nearly all of our lights. For clients who desire an almost black or oil rubbed bronze finish, a dark oxidation may be an option. A dark oxidation further accelerates the copper aging process reaching a deep brown shade that often reads as black from a distance.
One of the greatest characteristics of copper is that it will age with your home, developing a lovely patina. The speed at which your lanterns patina is determined by your climate. Climates with high humidity and close proximity to salt water tend to patina much faster than others and will eventually develops a verde-gris or green hue like the Statue of Liberty. We've seen lights reach a full patina in as little as twelve months and as long as fifty years. No two houses will have lights that age precisely the same.
The current lead time is 8-10 weeks and rush orders are temporarily suspended due to COVID restrictions. Contact us for additional information.
Bevolo fixtures are designed to hold up to normal wind conditions, but in areas with excessive winds, such as the Bahamas, Texas, Oklahoma and coastal areas etc., further measures can be taken. Bevolo offers a wind baffle which is a discrete secondary wind blocker that easily attaches to the gas jet assembly. This can be added when placing your order; it is also something that can be installed relatively easily in the field. The piece itself is made out of borosilicate glass that holds up very well to heat. For images or installation instruction, please call (504) 522-9485 or contact our sales team.
It's simple! All you need is a lighter or a match. Watch this video to show you how to light your Bevolo lantern.
We engineer our copper fixtures to last a lifetime and burn continuously in all climates across the globe. We take great care to ensure the gas flame does not blow out. However, under rare circumstances such as high winds, high altitudes, or atypical light placements, customers may experience issues keeping their lanterns burning.
To trouble shoot flame blow outs, try these 6 quick and easy tips:
Bevolo does offer the best Electronic Igniter in the industry. Deciding on whether or not to use an Electronic Igniter is something that should be considered based on the individual situation. Under many circumstances Electronic Igniters are not necessary. One of the reasons people choose Bevolo lights is due to the efficiency of their Burner assembly. With an 800-1200 BTU burner the average cost of leaving a lantern on continuously is $7-$11. If using an igniter were to save $3.50-$5.50 (half) per month, then it would take anywhere from 8 to 13 years to cover the initial cost of the igniter without any additional maintenance or replacement costs considered. In some circumstances the added convenience of a switch or ability for the lantern to re-ignite justifies the expense; Situations where the lantern is hard to access, on a second home, or sometimes in commercial applications would increase the attractiveness of this feature. Please contact a Bevolo Lighting Designer for further details.
Yes, we ship all over the world. A shipping quote will be provided when ordering.
Bevolo has over 500 lighting and bracket combinations and many of these are custom fixtures. For any custom request, we require elevations or photos as well as a drawing of the custom fixture including dimensions. This can be submitted to Bevolo through a Lighting Designer. You can call (504) 522-9485 for a Lighting Designer.
TITLE 24: UPDATED The California Energy Code, or Title 24, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations, also titled The Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings, was established in 1978 to reduce California's energy consumption. It is an energy initiative that the state passed which has banned incandescent bulbs. In order to keep people from using incandescent bulbs there had been a code that required a special socket that does not accept incandescent bulbs. Recently the JA8 amendment allows for standard medium based (E26) sockets as well as Candelabra Sockets (E14) to be used if the installer uses JA8 compliant bulbs. These bulbs are readily available in areas that require them. After the update to this law was made the Standard Electrical setup that comes with Bevolo Electric lanterns is appropriate for Title 24 areas. Bevolo lanterns Please contact (504) 522-9485 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Yes, Bevolo fixtures are approved for Canada. As of 2010, Canada requires that all exterior fixtures meet their CSA code and requirements. French ETL and warning stickers along with instructions accompany the fixture as well as the Canadian ETL sticker.
Bevolo electric lanterns can use any medium base socket bulb, including CFL & LED. Annual costs vary per type of bulb.
View the Annual Energy Light Bulb Cost.
Gas Lantern Energy Cost:
Natural Gas - A Bevolo Natural Gas lantern burns 800-1200 BTU's per hour. Appx $6-$9/month to burn 24/7.
Liquid Propane - A Bevolo Liquid Propane burns 1200-1500 BTU's per hour. Appx $29-$36/month to burn 24/7.
9 gallons of propane per light per month, on average when burning 24/7.