Britain’s Oldest Light Maker Goes Bust - Energy Watch News

Britain’s Oldest Light Maker Goes Bust

Sugg Lighting, which had been in business for 182 years, is world famous for traditional street lights with both gas and electric light sources and has supplied palaces, government buildings and prestigious heritage projects around the world. Its gas lights have been illuminating the entrance to Buckingham Palace since 1911. The disappearance of its unique offer represents a major blow to those responsible for maintaining lanterns in period properties, parks and the public realm. The closure of Sugg – which was founded in 1837 – brings to an end an illustrious history of British manufacturing.

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