Rustic Calliope Lantern

Designed by Currey and Company, the Calliope Lantern is a very graceful pendant, perfect for a more traditional home. It has friendly shape and a nice iron frame that make it perfect for nay room of the house. It measures 15″Diameter x 32″H and it accepts 4 type B bulbs of 60 watt max. The bulbs are not included so you’ll have to buy them separately.

Because of the relatively durable frame and also because of the friendly design, with cute and delicate details, the Calliope lantern would be a very nice choice for the kid’s room, more exactly for a little girl’s room. The iron frame makes it safe and harder to brake and the light is soft and gentle. It’s true that it’s not as colorful and fun as most of the items destined for children are, but it has a very graceful appearance and a very cute design. It also features a rustic gold finish that makes it look even more luxurious. It’s been handfinished using a process that lends an air of depth and richness not achieved by less time-consuming methods.

This elegant pendant would look very beautiful in a bedroom, living room, or in nay other room that you find appropriate. It has very beautiful and graceful lines and an elegant design. The Calliope lantern can be bought for $766.



Published by in Lighting, on July 18th, 2011

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