Reindeer Glass LanternRegular price $86.00
Introducing our Exclusive Handmade Glass Lantern – A Tribute to Lapland Magic!
Capture the enchanting spirit of Lapland in a truly unique Christmas gift. Our handmade glass lantern is a testament to the beauty inspired by morning encounters with reindeer and the serene landscapes of the Arctic.
- Reindeer Magic: Immerse yourself in the charm of Lapland with handprinted reindeer motifs on four individual glass panels.
- Arctic Elegance: The subtle tint of Arctic blue and green evokes the tranquility of snowy landscapes, creating an ambiance of winter wonder.
- Whispers of Snowfall: Each panel features delicate falling snow, adding an ethereal touch to the artwork.
- Nollaig Shona: Embrace the warmth of Irish traditions with the inclusion of "Nollaig Shona," meaning Happy Christmas, on one of the glass panels.
- Meticulous Craftsmanship: The glass undergoes a meticulous 48-hour firing process in our glass kiln, ensuring durability and brilliance.
Functional Elegance: The glass panels are carefully inserted into a sleek white metal lantern, creating a stunning display piece. One of the panels serves as a door, allowing you to place a tea light candle inside. The soft glow emanating from within adds a touch of magic to any space.
Made to Order: Each piece is crafted with passion and precision in our studio by the sea. As a glass artist, I pour my creativity into every detail, ensuring that your lantern is as unique as the memories that inspired it.
Perfect Gift for the Season: Whether you're treating yourself or surprising a loved one, this glass lantern is a perfect embodiment of the holiday spirit. Embrace the joy of giving with a gift that radiates warmth, magic, and the artistry of handmade craftsmanship.
Approx size: Height: 22 cm-Length: 10 cm-Width: 10 cm
Suitable for one tea light candle, fairy lights or battery LED tea light. (not included) Note: Never leave a candle unattended, as the top may become warm or hot.
Care: Wipe dry with clean cloth
Designer of metal lantern: Eléa Nouraud