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Angels Are Near - Cardinals Candle Lantern (Black) by Catherine McClung

Angels Are Near - Cardinals Candle Lantern (Black)

by Catherine McClung

Item No: 126213

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Wild Wings candle lanterns capture nature in the soft radiance of candlelight. Lantern is metal with a black finish and four glass panels printed with full color art. Hang up high on a hook or set down low on a table or the floor. May be used outdoors. Accommodates up to 4"W pillar candle (not included). Easy assembly, gift boxed. Hanging hook not included. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings. 12"H x 5-3/4"W x 6"D. 3 lbs.

Height:12"Color:Black
Width:5.75"Product Type:Candle Lantern (Black)
Depth:6"Brand:Wild Wings
Catherine McClung

Catherine McClung

Artist
Considering herself blessed to combine work with her passion, Catherine McClung’s paintings are a record of her observations of nature. Growing up in Toronto, Canada, her mother taught her all the names of the flowers in her modest backyard. “I recall my first spectacular bird sighting as if it were...

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Wild Wings candle lanterns capture nature in the soft radiance of candlelight. Lantern is metal with a black finish and four glass panels printed with full color art. Hang up high on a hook or set down low on a table or the floor. May be used outdoors. Accommodates up to 4"W pillar candle (not included). Easy assembly, gift boxed. Hanging hook not included. Produced exclusively by Wild Wings. 12"H x 5-3/4"W x 6"D. 3 lbs.

Product Specifications
Height:12"Color:Black
Width:5.75"Product Type:Candle Lantern (Black)
Depth:6"Brand:Wild Wings
About the artist
Catherine McClung

Catherine McClung

Artist
Considering herself blessed to combine work with her passion, Catherine McClung’s paintings are a record of her observations of nature. Growing up in Toronto, Canada, her mother taught her all the names of the flowers in her modest backyard. “I recall my first spectacular bird sighting as if it were...

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