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Hurricane Lantern by Deborah Ehrlich



Hurricane Lantern
hand-blown, hand-cut & polished clear Swedish crystal
metal or glass fuel cell holder
assembled dimensions:
small set: 4 1/2 h. 3¼ inches
medium set: 6 3/4 h. x 4½ inches
large set: 9 h. x 5¾ inches

Each small, medium or large lantern consists of three nesting glass cylinders and one fuel cell holder available in a variety of finishes.

There is also an option to add a "Double Glass" set to any SMALL set. The "Double Glass" consists of three extra large nesting glass cylinders that can be placed over any small set to make a total of 6 nesting glass cylinders.

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All products by Deborah Ehrlich are a final sale.

Prices range from $300 - $1,440

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These exquisite, lovely and refined "Hurricane Lanterns" by renowned glassware designer Deborah Ehrlich are a sophisticated answer to the traditional form.  Each set (available in small, medium or large) consists of three differently sized glass cylinders that nest together. These three cylinders are then placed around a paraffin wax holder available in eight beautiful metal finishes and two glass versions in varying thicknesses.  The very thin and delicate cylinders provide a looping surface that the flame dances off of to create a multiple of reflections.

There is also an option to add a "Double Glass" set to any small set. The "Double Glass" consists of three extra large and differently sized cylinders that can be placed around any small set to increase the number of surfaces off which the flame can bounce.  

Paraffin fuel cells are sold separately.  Replacement parts are available.

Photography Credit: ER Butler and Lauren Coleman

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