Styled after a quaint old English conservatory. You can almost see the plants growing beyond the paned windows. A delightful addition to any room or outdoor space. Named for Joseph Pickford (bap. 1734-1782), an English architect, and one of the leading provincial architects during the reign of King George III. Pickford was born in Warwickshire in 1734, but he moved to London when he was 10. Pickford lived in Derby and the house he designed for his family is located at Number 41 Friar gate. It is now the Pickford's House Museum. Pickford worked extensively throughout the Midland of England, primarily designing houses in the Palladian style. Features beveled glass panes set in metal frames. Use indoors or outdoors; alone or in a grouping. Use tea light candles only. We recommend battery operated tea lights. 4 3/4" square, 12" high.
- Metal and glass
- Dark green
- Antiqued painted finish
- Door opens to access/replace tea light or votive (not included)
- 4 1/2" w x 12" h x 4 1/2" d
- About 2 lb.
- Use indoors or out in protected area