Hurricane lantern candle holders earned their name because their tall chimneys protect a flame from wind. Not sure if they could stand up to a real hurricane–but with their pleasing shapes we like to have them on the table when we’re dining outdoors at night. Here are 10 of our favorites, swith price tags that range from $12.99 to $1,260:
Above: Hand blown, each four-piece Hurricane Lantern from Hudson Valley-based glass designer Deborah Erhlich is made of Swedish crystal and oxidized bronze. Available in three sizes, prices range from $810 to $1,620 per lantern at March.
Above: From Danish designer Eva Solo, a Hurricane Lamp with a gracefully proportioned glass chimney sits on a stainless steel and silicone base. It is â‚¬59.90 from Finnish Design Shop. Eva Solo’s Hurricane Lamp is also available for $65 from A+R Store.
Above: A clear glass Pomp Lantern holds a block candle; $12.99 from Ikea.
Above: From Skargaarden, a Moja Candle Lantern comes with either a clear or smoked glass chimney. It is $324 from Danish Design Store.
Above: A medium size Tournon Clear Hurricane by Belgium-based glassmaker Henry Dean is $210 from Marche.
Above: An Addison Hurricane available in two sizes is on sale at Crate & Barrel; $39.97 (shown) or $14.97 depending on size.
Above: Available in three sizes, cylindrical Simple Hurricanes are priced from $19 to $39 depending on size at West Elm.
Above: A 7-inch Glass Hurricane Lantern from Smith & Hawken has an iron handle; $12.99 from Target.
Above: Handmade in the US, a Nantucket Hurricane from Simon Pearce is made of lead-free glass; $190.
Above: A Stornoway Lantern with a powder coated steel base in charcoal has a removable chimney; £30 from Garden Trading.
For more flattering outdoor lighting, see:
- Tiny Tin: Tabletop Lanterns for Outdoor Lighting.
- Design Sleuth: Colored Candlelight from a Moroccan Lantern.
- 5 Quick Fixes: Outdoor Lanterns.