This is a handcrafted lantern made from upcycled glass. It is designed with homegrown, handpicked and pressed flowers and leaves and a thin translucent Mulberry paper made from the regenerating bark of the Saa tree.
The natural elements in this lantern glow with a soft warmth when lit creating a peaceful atmosphere.
Height: 13.7 cm
Diameter: 10.0 cm
To clean, wipe inner with a damp cloth/glass cleaner. When lit ensure the tea light is in the centre of the lantern. To protect the colour of your Lantern store out of direct sunlight.
Lokta paper is acid and lignin free and is made in Nepal using a traditional handmade method. When harvested, the Lokta bush regenerates within 5–7 years. The oldest available manuscripts of Hindu and Buddhist texts are written on Lokta paper. The contents of a Buddhist prayer wheel contain a tightly-wound scroll of Lokta paper upon which a mantra is written thousands of times. It is also used in traditional medicine as an antiseptic bandage.
The best yet
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2018
This is not the first lantern I have bought but is definitely the best yet. It looks good unlit but only shows it’s real beauty when lit. The addition of a small circle of wood to hold the tea light in position is very helpful. I just love my unique wild heather lantern.