Amish-Made Marblehead, OH Wooden Lighthouse
Height with Optional Base: 2' 4 ½"
Height with Optional Base: 3' 6"
Height with Optional Base: 4' 8"
Height with Optional Base: 5' 10"
Height with Optional Base: 7'
Height with Optional Base: 9' 6"
Height with Optional Base: 14'
Check out the drop down table for more specific dimensions.
Authentic Amish craftsmanship
Made in America
Choice of Color
Choice of Size
Optional Top Lights
Tower Window Lighting
Dusk to Dawn Sensor
Top Light Options:
Standard Light (with 8' cord)
Revolving Light - Wired
Dusk to Dawn Sensor
X- Large Revolving Light (8' - 12' only)
Not available on 2' Models.
*Extra Large Revolving Light:
For 8' to 12' Models Only
Solar Light :
8 Small LED Bulbs
Switch-Operated, Alternate Between Steady and Rotating Lights
Full Charge Lasts 7 Nights
All Lighthouses that are 6' and Smaller will Ship UPS. 8' and 12' Lighthouses Ship Freight.
NOTE: 2' LIGHTHOUSES HAVE NO DOOR OR WINDOWS, 3' LIGHTHOUSES HAVE A DOOR BUT NO WINDOWS, ALL OTHER SIZES HAVE A DOOR AND WINDOWS.
Amish Made Marblehead LighthouseReplica
If you're looking for an Amish lighthouse to add warmth and a nautical accent to your patio, deck or waterfront - you've found it here in the Marblehead Amish Lighthouse. Choose from a variety of colors, size options and light options to personalize your Marblehead Amish Lighthouse.
All of our Amish lighthouses are made in America - either Ohio or Pennsylvania where the Amish have built their trades in craft-making and furniture making, alongside farming. Our Amish lighthouses reflect the integrity that the Amish bring to their work, authenticity in quality craftsmanship, and honesty in value. We believe that you'll appreciate the difference in quality with our Amish lighthouses. Constructed from Medium Density Overlay – MDO is a paintable surface made of plywood with a weather-resistant resin overlay bonded to the wood by heat and pressure. Paint finishes on MDO are up to three times more durable than the same finish applied to ordinary plywood.
About the original Marblehead Lighthouse:
The Marblehead Lighthouse is still guiding sailors through the waters of the Great Lakes. In 1946 the last civilian lighthouse keeper resigned and the United States Coast Guard took responsibility of the station. Now, the light is still operating. The intense green beacon flashes every 6 seconds. Visitors can take tours through the tower during the summer.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.