This item would likely have been used in processions or ceremonies of sorts. Showcasing intricate pattern motifs through pierced metal, 4 Knight Templar motifs at the base of this example which make it exceedingly rare and highly collectable.
We are proud to offer a rare example of a mid- 19th Century hand crafted pieced toleware/tin lantern. This item is a rare survivor and of museum quality due to its form, untouched original condition and motifs attributed to the Knight Templar. Original paint still present, candle holding still firmly in place internally.
Size in inches: H 22” x W 6” x D 6.5”
Material: Toleware / Tin
This item is completely solid in structure, Wear and tear is present in the form of lost painted surfaces. There are sections of the metal that have become loss in areas however this does not affect the stability of the lantern. Rust in areas and scuffs as you may expect from an item that over 150 years ok. This item can stand alone however would be more secure supported by a stand.
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