Japanese Stone Garden Lantern

The Golden Triangle

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Japanese stone lanterns were first used in ancient Shinto shrines where they served as votive lights. In the sixteenth century Japanese tea masters included the lanterns in Buddhist tea gardens as a means to light pathways. Solid yet elegant, these rustic artifacts have varying decorations and come in different sizes.

Product Specifications

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Material
Stone
Lead Time
0-3 Weeks (Limited Edition)

Vintage Specifications

Period
19th Century
Creator
Unknown
Condition
Great

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