The Sugg name has been associated with gas and lighting since 1802, becoming one of the foremost manufacturers of gas equipment and particularly lighting, during the Victorian era. For the coronation of 1911 William Sugg & Go Ltd manufactured ‘gas illumination devices’, which included Flambeaux, to decorate major public buildings. The re-introduction of Flambeaux had to wait until nearly the end of the 20th century with an entirely new appliance manufactured to modern day requirements with full remote control and capable of running on modern gases. These innovative products offer a unique feature light that has all the safety controls required for today’s regulations. but the aesthetic results are a natural living flame that catches the eye. These fittings can be pole or wall mounted and even situated within ponds and ornamental water features.