- Single burner lantern measures 8 inches square by 20 inches high; 13 lbs.
- Deep bronze powder-coating for years of care-free use.
- Classic, architectural lines; universally admired; perfect for indoor and outdoor settings.
- Use only SunJel fire fuel gel.
- SunJel fire gel fuel burns produces a 7 inch flame up to 3 hours.
- Clean burning, odorless and smokeless operation.
- One year limited manufacturer's warranty.
Georgian 20" Lantern
The Georgian Collection from NorthCape Fire is more than southern hospitality. Traditional fluid lines and arching, architectural lids completes one of the most traditional looks of our lantern collections. Finished in classic bronze, this piece is one of our most versatile. Modern enough to accent very sophisticated and transitional environments, yet familiar enough to feel like a faded memory of by-gone days. Available in 3 dramatic sizes; 8 inches by 20 inches high, 11 inches by 26.5 inches high and 14 inches by 32.5 inches high. Each Georgian lantern is fabricated from heavy gauge steel and powder-coated for years of carefree use. Perfect for both indoor and outdoor decor applications. At the fiery heart of your Georgian lantern is SunJel fuel. SunJel gives you a rich, mesmerizing, flame that leaps 7 inches, or more. Each single use can of SunJel burns an average of 3 hours, with no mess or cleanup. One year manufacturer's warranty.
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