MADE IN GERMANY
A German original, steeped in tradition: the storm lantern , which was used to keep construction sites safe up until the 1970s, now provides a pleasant glow in rooms and gardens. Until the mid-1940s, The Storm lanterns were made in Beierfeld in Saxony. After the end of the Second World War, production was taken up again in Schleswig-Holstein. Since 1902, nothing has changed in their manufacturing process. The Storm Lantern has nothing in common with the numerous cheap replicas. The casing is guaranteed waterproof and the precise workmanship gives a comfortable hold. The Schott Suprax glass is high temperature-resistant. All parts are tin-coated and so are rust-proof (but the Lantern should not be constantly exposed to wind and water).