stone lantern

stone lantern

An outdoor lantern, usually Japanese, used as a permanent garden ornament.
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To reinforce the calming effects of a Japanese theme, set an oriental stone lantern in a bed of raked gravel and smooth, flat, feature stones.
The commission also found the remains of the deceased in a bad condition, as well as golden chips and a stone lantern.
Following the garden paths of the three remaining Imperial Gardens in Kyoto, they inform in their garden e-books about the history and meaning of the ishidoro - the Japanese term for stone lantern.
With its delicate, traceried stone lantern, it is one of northern England's most attractive ecclesiastical structures, holding its own against the bigger bulk of the Royal Liver Building towersp OUR Lady and St Nicholas church will commemorate Trafalgar Day on Friday, October 21, with a special service at 12.
But the historic stone lantern at the top of the tower is crumbling away due to the effects of 200 years of corrosion.
A stone lantern provides a source of light along a pathway, and a basin provides water for cleansing one's mouth and hands.
Then it leads through ancient-looking gates, past Morikami's gravestone and Japanese symbols like the Chie no Wa wisdom ring (a replica of a 500-year-old stone lantern donated by the people of Miyazu) and the Ishidoro stone lantern erected in Tokyo in 1681 in memory of the fourth Tokugawa shogun.
The National Park Service no longer marks the trees, but you can still find at least two originals between 15th and 17th streets on Independence Avenue SW, near the ceremonial stone lantern.
For more than two centuries, Americans have waged a debate about the fate of the mentally ill, and Sarah Mondale and Sarah Patton, producers for Stone Lantern Films, capture that ambivalence through careful selection of photographs and case study films from the 150-year-old archives of the now defunct St.
Traditional Japanese features such as a gravel pond and a waterfall, where water is simulated by gravel, a stone lantern and plants are being designed.
Work is to start in the spring and traditional Japanese features such as a gravel pond and waterfall, stone lantern and plants are planned.
Outside stands an ishi doro, a tall stone lantern dating from 1681.