Station Lantern - Stainless Steel Finish

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Station Lantern in a Stainless Steel Finish

The Station Lantern makes for some seriously inviting lighting. This lantern's modern design looks fabulous in any indoor space, but why keep the romance of candlelight indoors? For a super chic line up, dot statement station lanterns in your loveliest outdoor spaces.

Freestanding lantern only supplied without a candle, available in three sizes.  Please ensure you ONLY use the recommended candle size for this lantern and only one candle per lantern.

Dimensions & Recommended Candle:

Large Lantern: H51cm x 17cm x 17cm Recommended Church Candle - 275 x 80 mm

Medium Lantern H40 x 15cm x 15cm Recommended Church Candle - 130 x 70 mm

Extra Small Lantern H26 x 13cm x 13cm Recommended Candle - 75 x 50 mm

Please note that as our glass is mouth-blown, small bubbles of air can get trapped within the molten glass from time to time. These are sometimes visible in the finished product but are a normal part of the handmade process.

Product Information

Dimensions

  • Length: 13cm
  • Height: 26cm
  • Depth: 13cm

Caring for Your Station Lantern

What is Stainless Steel?

"Stainless" was a term given to stainless steel when it was invented in the 1920's to differentiate between ordinary steel. Stain resistant steel might be a better name, as it is the additives in the steel, which gives it its protection, and therefore, makes it an ideal material for the purpose of manufacturing cutlery. It was adopted as a generic name and now covers a wide range of steel types and grades, used to make products that need to be resistant to corrosion or oxidation. Our stainless steel cutlery and other tableware pieces are made from 18/8 Stainless Steel

Why is Stainless Steel 'Stainless'?

Stainless steels are iron alloys with a percentage of chromium content. The steels are termed 'stainless' as chromium-rich, oxide film forms naturally on the surface of the steel. It is this protective film, which makes the stainless steel resistant to corrosion. Stainless steels cannot be considered indestructible, however, as under certain conditions the protective film can be broken down. This is why it is important to carefully select the appropriate grade of steel for a particular purpose.

18/8 is an "authentic" stainless steel type, and is one of the most commonly used. It contains 18% chromium, and the addition of 8% nickel makes it considerably more durable.

What is Stainless Steel?

"Stainless" was a term given to stainless steel when it was invented in the 1920's to differentiate between ordinary steel. Stain resistant steel might be a better name, as it is the additives in the steel, which gives it its protection, and therefore, makes it an ideal material for the purpose of manufacturing cutlery. It was adopted as a generic name and now covers a wide range of steel types and grades, used to make products that need to be resistant to corrosion or oxidation. Our stainless steel cutlery and other tableware pieces are made from 18/8 Stainless Steel

Why is Stainless Steel 'Stainless'?

Stainless steels are iron alloys with a percentage of chromium content. The steels are termed 'stainless' as chromium-rich, oxide film forms naturally on the surface of the steel. It is this protective film, which makes the stainless steel resistant to corrosion. Stainless steels cannot be considered indestructible, however, as under certain conditions the protective film can be broken down. This is why it is important to carefully select the appropriate grade of steel for a particular purpose.

18/8 is an "authentic" stainless steel type, and is one of the most commonly used. It contains 18% chromium, and the addition of 8% nickel makes it considerably more durable.

Caring for your Stainless Steel item

Wash by hand use warm, soapy water, rinse immediately in hot water and wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth. 

 

Lantern Care and Use

To care for your lantern and keep it looking fabulous, ensure the lantern is cold and wipe with a damp, soft cloth. Ensure nothing abrasive is used on the metal or glass surface of the lantern. Dry thoroughly after cleaning.

Our lanterns are designed to be free standing and not to be hung unless otherwise specified in their product description. Please ensure that you only use the recommended candle specified for the lantern in its product description and only one candle at a time. Our lanterns are designed for indoor and outdoor use. When using outdoors we recommend that lanterns are stored inside after use and not left outside for long periods of time.

Disclaimer Warning - Single Candle Lanterns

  • Right :Remove all packaging and follow instructions given with the lantern.
  • Right :Always examine product before use, and do not use if item is damaged in any way.
  • Right :Place the candle inside the lantern in an upright position only.
  • Right :Never leave a burning candle in a lantern unattended and extinguish all candles when leaving a room.
  • Right :Beware as the glass, top and handle may become hot when burning a candle.
  • Right :Keep lanterns containing a burning candle out of the reach of children and pets.
  • Right :Do not burn candles near flammable materials.
  • Right :Protect the surface the lantern stands on as the base may become hot and do not stand on an uneven surface.
  • Right :Do not carry a lantern by the handle or carry a lantern with a candle inside - lit or unlit.
  • Right:Do not put anything else inside the lantern, other than a candle, when lit.
  • Right :Never leave candles burning unattended, and never leave children alone with lighted candles.
  • Right :Do not let candles burn in a draught or close to a heat source.
  • Right :Trim the wick down to a maximum of 1cm (1/3 – 1/2") before lighting.
  • Right :If the candle gives off sooty smoke, extinguish it and trim the wick before lighting it again.
  • Right :Each time the candle is extinguished, remove charred pieces of wick, remains of matches, and other impurities like traces of lacquer, from the melted wax round the wick.
  • Right :Use a candle extinguisher instead of blowing candles out.
  • Right :When you light a pillar candle, make sure it is allowed to burn out to the edge before extinguishing it for the first time. If it only burns for a short while, it will be spoilt by burning downwards and not outwards.
  • Right :Always place candles on a level surface and always leave at least 5cm (2") between burning candles.

 

Candle Care and Use

Beautiful high quality church candles are perfect for use in our range of lanterns or simply to accessorise your home.

Some More Tips For Candles

The wax used for candles is intended to give best results at normal room temperature. If the wick is too long, or if a candle is placed inside a hurricane, it may run down the sides.

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