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Outdoors: Turkish Lantern Roundup

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Outdoors: Turkish Lantern Roundup

Julie Carlson July 02, 2010

Add a note of exotica to your summer surroundings with accordion-style Turkish lanterns (an interesting sidenote: Florence Nightingale carried a similar lantern during the Crimean War).

Above: Currently on offer at Sundance, the Teahouse Lantern measures 8 inches high and features a fire-retardant cotton shade; $35 each (two or more for $30 each).

Above: The folding concertina Karaman Lantern from Toast is 13cm in diameter and features a starched linen-cotton shade and a perforated silvered copper base; currently on sale for £29 (down from £39).

Above: Task in Brooklyn offers the Ottomania Lantern made of tin-coated copper and unbleached cotton for $64 (9 inches in diameter).

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