With outstretched arms, the hero of Scott Fitzgeraldâs âGreat Gatsbyâ returned each night to the Long Island Sound, where he sought the light at the end of Daisyâs dock. For Gatsby, that light reflected the steady glow of his desire for Daisy, across all boundaries of time and space. Weâve masterfully replicated the dock lights that dotted eastern shorelines in the early 20th century to create a collection that Gatsby himself would single out. While New Canaanâs triplex glass and solid brass construction will survive the harshest coastal conditions, the fixtures look splendid in fine interiors. We craft authentic details, such as the drip loop at the base of the bulb cage, according to the rigid standards of a bygone era.