Big lanterns are especially beautiful and intriguing. Some of them would be spectacularly gorgeous decoration in your house, during the day as well as the evening. Big photos illuminated from the inside or a portrait of lights emerging from woven elements.
They are paraffin products with an addition of stearin and are 12-13cm high, 13cm in diameter, and weight 450g. Lanterns can be lit outdoors because when you place a tea light candle inside the centre of the lantern, on a plate or in a tea light holder, it doesn’t ‘touch’ the wall and prevents the lantern from getting hot. However, not in direct sunlight or in high temperatures.
A big lantern makes a great alternative for those who don’t want to have to follow the rules of cutting the wick or of the time of burning, like you would with candles.
In all honesty, you don’t have to use sources with an open flame, you can just use LED lights, which stay cool even after long use. They can give a nice white light and simultaneously be very safe when in use. It’s a peace of mind if you are afraid of fire, can’t monitor the flame, like it’s recommended. Or if you own animals or have children that are just a bit too curious, hence you’d prefer not to have an open flame in the house. • fairy lights (incl.2 batteries) are available in the shop > accessories.
Personalised lanterns with pictures (personally owned or a stock image). The same lantern, but with additional decorative elements, such as: a heart-shaped window, decorated with pearl beads. Lanterns with coloured and neutral feathers. Lanterns with artistically woven elements, sewed with hundreds of tiny beads – a product incredibly unique as well as time consuming to make. With every lantern, a tea light is added for free. When purchasing a lantern costing £20 or more, you also get a glass tea light holder for free.
To read more about how to maintain a big lantern and enjoy it fully, read the safety tips here