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candle lantern question

Posted by ashadrack (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 27, 10 at 20:02

I was given this old candle lantern from an old neighbor. I wonder about it's age and origin. It's about 16 inches tall and has decorative tin looking, bent and formed stips that attache around a cetral lantern portion. It's made of a tin like metal and has a central chamber where the top half of a candle is protected from the elements and illuminated by a surrounding of glass. I've scanned the internet to see if there is anything out there that looks at all like it and haven't found a single thing. I'd like to clean it up but don't know if I should worry about ruining the original finish. Anybody have an idea? I could add a picture if that can be done somewhere on this site.

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RE: candle lantern question

A picture would help a lot....

RE: candle lantern question

paste the HTML code from the picture in a photobucket album into the body of your message here. When you hit preview, the photo should show up.


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