Many of these are built for the production. You'd buy a kerosene version, drill out the bottom; put a socket in there; depending on how bright you need it and the size of the bulb you can hide in it; and then run a wire out.
If you go with a 12V set up, you can hide a battery in the base where the kerosene would go (sometimes just a "door" made with gaffers tape). Other times, you may throw a 150 or a 300 w ceramic socket in there, and then run a wire out.
I find the LED ones to gnerally be blue; which doesn't really work (i have one in the back of my truck, hurricane lantern style which gives off blue light. No idea where it came from, honestly; just appeared one day. I use it at night as a work light).
Also if you get the types with removable glass you can pretty easily paper the inside with something like 251.
pretty much any gaffer could wire one up for you in a matter of minutes if they have the right stuff on hand; and you speak with them about it. It's not all that difficult.
The technical name for that style; btw, is a Hurricane Lantern.