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Brianne Lantern

Aidan Gray

 
Lanterns are forever a part of design history: they were first mentioned in the written documents of Empedocles of Agrigentum and by Theopompus, a poet from ancient Greece. The graceful design of our Brianne lantern holds a mix of pared-down simplicity and artful adornment. The lantern is made of wood that has been treated to an intermingling of rustic gray and antique gold leaf finishes.
SKU L733 CHAN
Color Gray
Cushion Foam
Color/Finish Rustic Grays/Antique Gold Leaf
Height 38 IN
Width 22.5 IN
Length 22.5 IN
Product Volume (CBM) 0.24
Box Weight 25.19 lbs
Shipping Box Width 21.3 IN
Shipping Box Height 32.3 IN
Shipping Box Depth 21.3IN
Material 1 Wood

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