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Anne Rue Interiors
anne rue
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This looks like the Gothic Four-Light Lantern sold at Circa. There is also a 3 light version. http://www.circalighting.com/details.aspx?pid=629
This looks like the Gothic Four-Light Lantern sold at Circa. There is also a 3 light version. http://www.circalighting.com/details.aspx?pid=629
gothic 4 light lantern sold a circa
Position a lantern just inside the threshold for an equally classic arrangement.
“Love the placement of the picture and the console table.” — pallavi_sastry
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Mary Courville Designs
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Berkshire Kitchen
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Can you tell me where I can purchase the lantern pendant?
Wall color and lantern over
“Paint” — amp2324
Institute of Classical Architecture & Art - Texas
Larry E. Boerder Architects - Holloway
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Can you tell me who is the manufacturer of this lantern?
Like the lantern colour. Looks like the Vaughn Lighting ?
Lanterns for portico
lantern light...love the lanterns...Gallery lanterns
“Doors ans ceilings” — plumie2
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
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Greenlee Gallery
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bell jar lanterns - formations lighting
Love the bell jar lanterns /pendants
choosing your entry fixture. Mediterranean tile work, heavy millwork, and an long arched hall encourages a pathway of bell jar lanterns.
Medieval lighting. The bell jar lantern has a design firmly rooted in medieval lighting styles. Evidence of metal used to make the lamps has been documented from the
was the first to capture a flame inside a glass chimney, which was fitted to a water-filled glass globe. The beauty and proportions of the bell jar lanterns shown here add just the right amounts of scale and grandeur to this hallway.
“Lights” — laurenpuff
Siemasko + Verbridge
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From Kids to Quiet
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lantern lighting in bath
lantern style sconces
outdoor lantern in bathroom
lantern next to mirror
Wall lantern...Lantern Sconce
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Murphy & Co. Design
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Tudor on the Point
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Will you please share where this lantern can be purchased?
Have you tried Lantern & Scroll? (you can find them on here or Facebook). I've seen similar ones there and if they don't have it, they can make it. Cheers!
The overal look. Lantern is like RH's: http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod2980060&categoryId=cat1701013
“I feel this is a bad design but does show the flat upper ceiling” — Distinctive Residential Design, LLC
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
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Harmony Outdoor Elements
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Kischler lanterns on columns - low voltage
Lanterns — especially permanently fixed electric ones — are a great way to define areas. I often find these work best atop retaining walls, pillars or fence posts. Traditional bronze lanterns from Kichler are a great place to start.
Lantern light...fixed lantern...Outdoor lanterns
“Stone oven” — centralcoastoriginal
Tucker & Marks
Georgian Residence
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Hello! These bell jar lanterns are from Marvin Alexander: http://www.marvinalexanderinc.com/ October 23, 2013 at 12:55pm
Hello! These bell jar lanterns are from Marvin Alexander: http://www.marvinalexanderinc
French bell jar lantern for entrance
Paint Colors; lanterns; mosaics for gallery halls
Renaissance bell jar lanterns. Prior to the Renaissance, hanging lamps were carved from wood, brass or silver. Designed mainly in round shapes, they were intended to hold only candles. But soon the glass chimney became the most popular form of pendant lighting. A tin, pewter or brass fixture was held
held from the ceiling by a circular ceiling plate, hooks and chains. However, these lamps were still mainly decorative. The French-style bell jar lanterns with gilt touches here harmonize well with the other Renaissance-style furniture in this thoughtful setting
“good for foyer display” — michellen1
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