Iittala Lantern

Candleholder inner part glass comp.

Harri Koskinen

Enjoy the Lantern lamp for a lifetime with the spare Lantern candleholder lamp glass inner part to replace a faulty or broken piece. Spare part is sold separately from the Lantern candleholder. Designer Harri Koskinen’s Lantern lamp is a perfect balance of mouthblown glass which creates the illusion of light floating in air. Recognized as a Nordic design icon, the Lantern lamp reflects a soft, flickering glow that creates relaxed ambience.

Lantern candleholder inner part glass comp.
  • Material: Glass
Product Article Number
1008789
EAN
6411929990664
Lantern

Harri Koskinen strives to find solutions that are innovative for both the consumer and the producer. In 1999, he created Lantern, a sculptured candleholder with a clean, simple, streamlined design. Perfectly balanced between pure lines of mouth blown glass, the candle creates an illusion of light floating in air.

In 2013, Iittala gave the classic Lantern a modern update by creating an electric version. Electricity increases Lantern’s usability. The lighting fixture can be placed in a range of environments--between shelves or in open spaces. Lantern’s strong shape allows for it to work naturally with both electricity and a live flame.

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Standard delivery cost is £9.00. Delivery time varies according to destination; usually orders are delivered within 3-5 days from shipping.

Iittala webstore customers have the right to return the unused products free of charge within 14 days of delivery.
Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen

Born in Karstula, Finland, in 1970. His furniture and versatile design objects have aroused great international interest. Harri Koskinen strives to find solutions that are innovative for both the consumer and producer. He works with companies like Artek, Danese, Finlandia Vodka Worldwide, Issey Miyake, Montina, Muji, Genelec, O luce, Panasonic, Seiko Instruments, Venini and Woodnotes. Along the years, he has won several awards. The most significant of them was Compasso d’Oro Award in 2004.

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