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Nash Lantern



Availability: In stock

We have all fallen in love with our charming Nash Lantern. Inspired by the shapes and style of the wonderful and eccentric Brighton Pavilion, it takes its name from the architect who designed it, John Nash. Full of the whimsy and playfulness of the vibrant regency era, it has chinoiserie styling and bells that jingle as it moves. Crafted from iron and hand-finished with a pretty painted detail in colours of the time, this charming lantern is a dazzling addition to any room, and looks particularly cheery with a short pillar candle flickering inside. Show in pairs for stunning centrepieces or place on steps for a special evening glow.

Materials: Iron, hand-finished. Clean with a damp cloth. Not suitable for outdoor storage
Dimensions: H 50cm x Dia. 30cm
UK Mainland Delivery Options
Delivery OptionsDetailsCharge
Standard Delivery within 2-3 Working Days* £5.95
Next Working Day Available for orders placed by midday** £8.50
Saturday Delivery Available for orders placed by midday Friday, delivery between 9am - 5pm £12.00

* Working Days are classed as Monday to Friday inclusive.

** Next Working Day delivery orders placed after midday on a Friday will be despatched the following Monday, with the exception of UK Public Holidays.

Please note that standard delivery times and costs do not necessarily apply to furniture, which can vary by item with lead times up to 6 weeks. When you purchase a furniture item our lovely Customer Services team will be in touch with you directly to confirm the exact date and price for the delivery of your item.

Do please get in touch with our Customer Service Team on 0207 603 1522 or to discuss delivery times, dates and costs for Highland, offshore and international orders or for any general delivery queries. You can also refer to our ‘Delivery’, 'Returns' and ‘FAQ’ pages for further information.