New to the range, the Nuresagi lantern is designed to resemble a heron standing on one leg. The design of the lantern dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868). The lantern is made up of six delicately hand-carved pieces of silver grey granite. This impressive stone lantern displays a heron or crane carved into the lightbox, with a crane symbolising long life within the Japanese culture. These are the only lanterns of this style on sale in the UK.
The lantern is drilled to accept a low voltage Lantern Light that we offer for an additional £19.
Currently the Nuresagi lanterns are available in two heights; 150cm and 180cm.
Although the lantern is made up of six pieces, the individual pieces are heavy. You can leave the pieces sitting freely on top of each other. If you live in a particularly windy area or you are worried about children or animals knocking into the lantern you can stick the pieces together using a clear, outdoor adhesive such as Stixall.