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Vintage

19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism

Ruby + George

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19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism
19th-C. Lantern w/ Chain Mechanism

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; wear to old glass
Materials:
metal/glass
Size:
9" L x 9" W x 14" H
Color/Finish:
copper/bronze/white

Why We Love This

Antique outdoor lantern with a chain and pulley mechanism that allows you to pull the base down to light or put out the candle. Pierced and machined decoration on case. The finely ribbed glass appears to be original. 38"H with chain mechanism and even taller when bottom platform is fully deployed.
As described by Ruby + George

About Ruby + George

Ruby + George offers fashionable yet timeless treasures collected from the modern American West. Inspired by the small family business once run by the artist/curator's grandparents, R+G carries on their legacy of customer service, their eye for quality, and their love for history. We seek out a mix of authentic Southwestern American Indian items, heirloom decor, and original art to add beauty to your lifestyle.

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