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Owl lantern in lemon yellow, makes a cute cone incense burner too!
Available in all colors

Perfect for all seasons, a ceramic owl lantern. Would look great on any patio, deck or lanai. These were very popular back in the late 60's and 70's. The ones I have seen had the entire eye cut out. But i'm such a lover of vintage Halloween and had to do mine jack-O-lantern style. Comes in a nice lemon yellow color. Bottom is ceramic and twist off. The bottom will hold your favorite drip less votive or a tea light candle that comes in the foil containers.

6 3/8" Tall 5" wing to wing, chest area 4 3/8" front to back
Available in all colors listed in the shop.

I poured it using a vintage mold and used assorted tools to cut and punch holes to create the lantern. Then dried and cleaned, and fired it in the kiln to cone 04. I then glazed it and fired again to make the glaze turn to glass.

I combine shipping

This item is available in all colors listed in the shop, just leave your color choice in the note to seller section at checkout and I will send that color instead. If no color preference is made the above color will be sent.

international buyers are responsible for any customs, duties, etc.
Please check your countries post office website for any fees that may be required before purchasing.

Ceramic Owl Lantern Vintage Design in Lemon

$49.99 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: slip, clay, ceramic, glaze
  • Ships worldwide from Florida, United States
  • Feedback: 1965 reviews
  • Favorited by: 475 people