H381 Circular painted and extensively punched tin lantern with flat base and corrugated conical top featuring alternating red and green painted bands of repetitive symmetrical piercing patterns that include stars, circles, dots and dashes. The center of each star is punched with a large circular hole. The tapered top is made of corrugated metal that boasts a top vent and symmetrical rows of crudely punched larger holes in the sloped sides for both ventilation and to allow more light to pass through. The hinged door boasts a large rectangular colorless glass window that measures 6” wide x 4 ½” tall. The window itself, along with mustard paint to the inside of the canted sides holding the glass, help to amplify the light of a burning candle. A sturdy candle socket with drip edge is attached to the interior bottom of the lantern. A hinged, arched support extends above the top vent and is attached to the lantern with curled wires discretely placed inside a small fluted/crimped deflector shield on each side of the top vent. A circular rain hood with crimped edges is secured to the very top of the arch with a curled wire that retains its original hanging hook. Curled wires secure the top to the base. Nice rolled edges on and around the door. Soldering joints are secure. Measurements: 7 5/8” diameter and is approximately 17” tall to top of rain shield.