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stone lantern

  • Subject: stone lantern
  • From: Jesse Bell <justjess01@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 12:38:23 -0600

O.K., if anybody knows where I can find this, it HAS to be this group.  I am
looking for a lantern for my garden.  One that you can put a candle in, and
close a little grated door.   I don't want a Japanese pagoda type lantern,
but something made of natural rock or carved out of rock that is at least a
foot high (or more).  When I go online, I keep getting links to
Asian/oriental type lanterns.  Not that I don't LOVE those, I do, but it
would not fit in with my Midwestern, farm, motif....know what I mean?

Jesse R. Bell

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