Light up your home with the Cape Lookout Lighthouse Nautical Wall Sculpture from Everything Nautical!
This unusual lighthouse is handcrafted from metal by skilled artisans, and features a beautiful landscape. It measures 25" H x 16" W x 4" D and is hand-painted. Display it in the living room to bring back pleasant memories of your fun trips to the ocean wherever you went. It does not have to be North Carolina. With its intricate details, this wall sculpture is sure to be the focal point in any room! Each of our lighthouse sculptures are unique and may vary slightly due to the handmade nature of the construction.
The Cape Lookout Lighthouse is the second lighthouse that has stood at the present location, and is nearly identical to the Bodie Island Lighthouse, which has horizontal stripes, and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, which is unpainted red brick. The first lighthouse at Cape Lookout was completed and lighted in 1812 at a cost of more than $20,000, which Congress authorized in 1804. It took 8 years to build. It was the fourth lighthouse to be built in North Carolina and was a 96 foot high brick tower with wooden shingles painted with red and white horizontal stripes. But it proved to be too short to light the treacherous Lookout Shoals, which were nicknamed the "Horrible Headland." The present lighthouse was completed and lighted on November 1, 1859 at a cost of $45,000, which Congress approved in 1857.
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