Japanese Antique Metal Lantern, Karekidoro
Item description - YO23010022
Karekidōrō (枯木灯籠) is Japanese for withered wood lantern, which perfectly describes the ornament. The lantern is namely based on a withered piece of wood which serves as the pillar of the lantern. A Karekidōrō forms a beautiful bridge between the natural and the artificial.
This antique Karekidōrō is a very unique ornament that originated in Japan. It is a valuable enrichment to the feel and experience of every garden, Japanese or Western. The lantern rests on the pillar in a very balanced way and is secured by only one bolt. The light can be fixed in multiple ways such as a candle or light bulb.
• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture
• Material: Cast iron
• Age: Shōwa Period
• Condition: Excellent
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|YO23010022||31 cm||31 cm||67 cm||Eur Item is Sold|
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